French: Paruline des rives German: Flusswaldsänger Spanish: Reinita ribereña meridional
Other common names:
Neotropical River Warbler
Villa dos Ilhéos, Bahia, Brazil
SE Brazil (S from S Bahia), E Paraguay and extreme NE Argentina (Misiones).
12·5–13·5 cm; 11·5–16·5 g. Like most others in “Phaeothlypis group”, constantly pumps tail up and down, and... read more
Song a surprisingly loud and powerful, comprising two short notes followed by rapid, slightly... read more
Swampy areas and along rivers and streams in lowland rainforest (including second growth) and... read more
Food and feeding
Feeds mainly on insects and other arthropods. Forages mostly on ground and on fallen logs, hopping along water’s edge in search of... read more
Nests and eggs photographed in mid Aug and early Nov, and recently fledged young seen in Mar, Apr and Jul, all in SE Brazil, suggesting... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Restricted-range species: basically confined to the Atlantic forest lowlands EBA. Common throughout its range; generally fairly... read more
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