|White-rumped Monjita Xolmis velatus |
Brazilian name: noivinha-branca
The White-rumped Monjita is a flycatcher of open country where there are a few trees. It is often found near water and close to towns. It is distributed in much of central and eastern Brazil as well as eastern Bolivia and paraguay.
|They are usually easy to see as they perch on top of bushes and posts and on wires.
The head is mostly white and, as the name implies, it has a white rump. A distinguishing feature in flight is a white stripe on the wings which can be seen in the second photo.
|There is a recording and a distribution map on xeno-canto.|