French: Attila cannelle German: Zimtattilatyrann Spanish: Atila canelo
J. F. Gmelin
Entire Amazon–Orinoco Basin, including E Colombia, W, S & E Venezuela (N to SE Sucre), the Guianas, E Ecuador, E Peru, N Bolivia and Amazonian Brazil.
19·5–20·3 cm; 28–45 g. Reddish-brown eyes, black bill, grey legs. Plumage is deep rufous above, no obvious contrast on rump; blackish primaries and... read more
Call a loud ringing hawk-like whistle, “pü-puéééeeeear”,... read more
Usually in wet places and near water, e.g. várzea, igapó and other... read more
Food and feeding
Diet consists of larger arthropods, e.g. orthopterans, hemipterans (including homopterans), and also small amphibians; also takes fruit (e.... read more
Eggs in Apr–May; nest-building also observed in Sept. Nest built by only one member of pair (Surinam), an open, shallow cup made of... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to locally common. Common in Jaú National Park, in Brazil. Occurs in many other national parks and other protected areas throughout... read more
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