Genus Henicorhina

Gray-breasted Wood-Wren - It prefers humid regions. It is generally fairly common.


White-breasted Wood Wren - The adult White-breasted Wood-Wren is 10 centimetres long and weighs 16 grams . It has chestnut brown upperparts with a darker crown, pale supercilia, and black-and-white streaked sides of the head and neck. The underparts are white becoming buff on the lower belly. The wings and very short tail are barred with black. Young birds have duller upperparts and grey underparts.


Henicorhina negreti - The bird is found on the Munchique Massif in the western Andes in the Chocó Endemic Bird Area, Colombia.

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Troglodytidae
Genus : Henicorhina