(aka Todirostrum plumbeiceps)
Brazilian name: Tororó
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Ochre-faced Tody-flycatcher is distributed in eastern and southern Brazil and adjacent areas of north-east Argentina and north-east Uruguay. There is a disjunct population from south-east Peru through Bolivia to northern Argentina.
It is found in dense undergrowth at the
edge of forest or secondary growth and is often associated with
|This particular individual is
much less vividly coloured on the face than most illustrations
and images and I wonder if this denotes a younger bird. It was
vocalising like a typical bird.
There are recordings on xeno-canto, a distribution map from NatureServe and additional information available via Avibase. There is a page in Portuguese on Wikiaves.
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