Soft and thin "chip-chip-chip-chip-ta-ta-ta-ta"; then "tsips" and a few braaas; then trills (4 of these)
L. Irby Davis
21 Apr 1962
- 7.0 km NW of Corredor
- 46 meters
- NAGRA III
- Electro-Voice 650
- Parabola 101.6cm/30.5cm (40in/12in)
Habitat: Humid tropical (wet) woods. More or less cut over. Much second growth.
Weather: Rainy, warm
Recordist note: "This bird may possibly be Boucard's Antwren. Several B. Antwrens (Microrhopias quixensis) were seen working around the area when the recording was made, bu the bird singing could not be identified because it was not seen."