“Bold and Beautiful: The Distinctive Plumage of the Black-and-White Antbird”

The small antbird is easily identified by its black upper body and white lower body. Female birds have a noticeable white patch on their face. This bird closely resembles a tiny Great antshrike except for the color of its eyes, which are black instead of red. It prefers to live in the lower levels of river islands that have many Cecropia trees. Its song is a dry, rattling trill.

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