Cocoa woodcreeper is in general 23 cm long, and weighs 37 g. The head and neck are buff-streaked dim dark colored, the upper back is liver-darker, and whatever is left of the upperparts, wings and tail are rufous. The underparts are olive-darker with buff streaks on the bosom. The bill is long, dark, to some extent decurved, and snared at the tip. The typical call is an uproarious kew-kew-kew-kew. The winged creature breeds in tropical Central and South America in Trinidad, Tobago, northern Colombia and northern Venezuela. It is a typical and broad flying creature of woods and developed land with trees. The cocoa woodcreeper constructs a bark-lined home in a tree opening or empty stump and lays two white eggs. It is an insectivore which nourishes on ants and different bugs and spine-chilling crawlies. It bolsters low in trees or on the ground, naturally alone, but gatherings of up to twelve feathered creatures will take after sections of armed force ants.
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