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Cinclodes patagonicus chilensis
It measures 21 cms. Its coloration is brown to dark brown with marked white eyebrows that extend to the nape of the neck, without getting together. Throat also white. Striated chest with light brown spots. Side pillar with cinnamon tips. Dark beak and cornered legs.
It can be observed from sea level to 2,500 meters above sea level. Associated with habitat near water, preferably stony banks of rivers, lakes, streams and swamps. It is found throughout all of Chile and in the south of Argentina. The subspecies Cinclodes patagonicus patagonicus is observed in southern Chile, from the Gulf of Penas to Tierra del Fuego.
It reproduces from September to November throughout its distribution range. Look for soft terrains where you can build your nest. It also often uses holes in ravines or rocks, always near water. They put 2 to 4 eggs.
Lat: -41.64, Long: -73.56
Spotted on Feb 26, 2019
Submitted on Feb 26, 2019
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