French: Anabate des ravins German: Ockerkehl-Baumspäher Spanish: Trepamusgos pechirrayado
San José, Costa Rica.
See T. melanorhynchus. Monotypic.
Mountains of Costa Rica and W Panama (E to Veraguas).
20–22 cm; 48–54 g. Bulky, dark furnariid with shape somewhat like that of a thrush (Turdidae). Face is mostly dark brown, with dull rufescent flammulations on... read more
Song a series of rolling, burry “chi-wówr” notes; also described as a series of scratchy “ek” notes... read more
Montane evergreen forest, especially in epiphyte-laden steep ravines above and along streams; also... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods, small vertebrates; recorded dietary items are Coleoptera, Orthoptera including katydids (Tettigoniidae), cockroaches (Blattodea... read more
Season Feb–Aug; eggs in Feb–Mar and Aug, and nestlings in May. Monogamous. Nest a shallow woven pad of leaf stems or rootlets,... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Costa Rica and Panama Highlands EBA. Uncommon to locally fairly common. Present in fragmented forests.
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