The rufous-breasted wren is a bird that is 14 cm in length and weighs 16 grams.
A medium-sized wren poultry with reddish-orange breast and black and white specks on the neck, face and tail.
The rufous-breasted wren (Pheugopedius rutilus)-a medium-sized bird, 14 cm long and weighing 16 grams.
Their upper part is from gray to brown, with black stripes on the tail.
Black and white dots spray the neck and face.
The chest is reddish-orange, with a brownish-white abdomen and brown sides.
The tiny white line passes over the eye, and the beak is short.
In addition, the food of these birds consists mainly of invertebrates.
For example, spiders and tiny insects, mainly beetles, flies and sometimes small seeds, as well as rare small lizards and frogs.
Both the male and the female build a nest, which is a massive dome -shaped structure with a lateral entrance made of grass.
Therefore, it leaves and is often located among confused plants in the undergrowth.
At the same time, the female lays 2-4 white eggs with brown marks and forces them on its own.
The duration of the incubation period is unknown, although the chicks are driven about 16 days after hatching.