The White-plumed Antbird is a lowland rainforest bird that sometimes forms large flocks. It can often be seen following ant swarms and clinging to vertical stems, before swooping on insects disturbed by the advancing ants.
Nest: A cup nest inside a mass of dead leaves in a bush.
Distribution: N. Amazon Basin in Brazil and other countries to the west and north.
Greensmith, Alan., Harrison, Colin. Birds of the World (Eyewitness Handbooks); The Visual Guide to over 800 Species, Covering the Complete Range of Bird Families.: London, 1993.