A small bird of the tyrant flycatcher family is the ochre-bellied flycatcher. It breeds as far east of the Andes as southern Brazil, and as far as Trinidad and Tobago, from southern Mexico to Central America and South America. This is a ordinary bird in tropical forests, generally establish near water in undergrowth.
A small songbird of the wren family is the ochraceous wren. In Costa Rica and in Panama, it is an endangered resident breeding insect. It is often known as conspecific to South America’s mountain wren, Troglodytes solstitialis. It breeds at an elevation of 900 m to 2500 m in the mountains.
Cool, dense, wooded swamps, dense bogs, northern lakes’ edges, and rivers surrounding willow and alder are favoured by the Northern Waterthrush. The bird can be establish in dense cover near streams, in marshes, and stagnant pools during the spring and fall migration.