|Yellow-rumped Marshbird Pseudoleistes guirahuro
Brazilian name: chopim-do-brejo
The Yellow-rumped Marshbird is dark brown (appearing black) with rump, shoulder and underparts bright yellow .
|They are found from south Goiás and Minas Gerais through south east Brazil to Paraguay, Uruguay and
northern Argentina. See the distribution map at xeno-canto.
As the name implies they are usually found close to water. They are loud and conspicuous normally occurring in flocks of about a dozen or so birds
|Photo 4 shows a fledgling which can only have been out of the nest for a few hours. It was finding it quite hard to fly and was being fed by an adult.|
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