|Baron's Spinetail Cranioleuca baroni
(aka Line-cheeked Spinetail Cranioleuca antisiensis baroni)
|Cruz Conga, Cajamarca, Peru
Baron's Spinetail is distributed in the central and northern Andes at between 2,300 and 4,000 metres. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found in a variety of forest and woodland habitats including cloud forest and Polylepis woodland.
|There is debate about whether or not it should be awarded
species status and some authorities treat it as a subspecies of Line-cheeked Spinetail but it is distinguished in the field by its white throat and
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