BLACK BIRD swamp
The Chopim-the-swamp (Pseudoleistes guirahuro) is a passerine bird in the Icteridae family. Also known as blackbird-the-swamp, dragon-the-swamp, blackbird-yellow, guinea fowl blackbird, blackbird miner, blackbird-Spotted marsh or even bird-black soldiers.
It is a bird of melodious song, which is a strong whistle. Dragona, rump, belly and underside of the wings yellow, black, pointed beak, make it easy identification. Has the eye anegrado. Species of central and southern Brazil with about 24 inches and 70 grams.
It feeds on grains and seeds found in swamps.
Its nest is like an open, heavy basket, the large amount of clay you place in your background, and where it creates two to three cubs. Has an average of 2 litters per season.
When the band switches to another location, usually sing in flight. They live in swamps, floodplain with high grass, often in flocks. Often some individuals sing close together, resting a foot away from each other.