|Pink-legged Gravateiro Acrobatornis
Brazilian name: Acrobata
Bonita, Camacan, Bahia, Brazil
The Pink-legged Gravateiro is endemic to a very small area of south-east Bahia and north-east Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is found in the canopy of the Atlantic Rain Forest and specifically in those areas known as cabruca where the forest has been thinned and planted with cacao trees. It is classified as Vulnerable by Birdlife International .
|Despite the fact that it is a
fairly active and visible bird in areas of reasonably high
population it was not described until 1996.
It is dark grey in general with pink legs and a pink lower mandible. It has a pale grey supercilium and the tail is long and graduated.
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