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Ash-winged Antwren | by Birding Brazil Tours
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Ash-winged Antwren

The Ash-winged Antwren (Terenura spodioptila) is a canopy bird of terra firme forest that feeds on insects and spiders, but its biology is poorly known. Also with very few photographs at least in the Brazilian range (only more six published). This photo was made in 2009 at the famous INPA canopy tower near Manaus, by Andrew Whittaker. Lucky day!

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Taken on November 13, 2012