Antshrike Sakesphorus cristatus
Brazilian name: Choca-do-nordeste
The Silvery-cheeked Antshrike is a Brazilian endemic found in the north-east where it inhabits deciduous woodland, caatinga and cerrado scrub.
males show the black crest, face and bib, the silvery cheeks and
sides of the neck, and the rufous-brown wings with white
wing-bars. The tail is black with bold white bars.
|There are recordings on xeno-canto, a distribution map from NatureServe and additional information available via Avibase.|
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