Scientific Name: Hylopezus perspicillatus
Population Estimate: Unknown, but Least Concern status
Range / Habitat: Tropical lowland moist forest in Central America and northwestern South America
Field Notes: Small passerine with stubby tail. Prominent buff eyering, black streaking on white chest, and dark malar stripe. Head grey and back brown.
Personal Notes: Seen at Carara National Park, Costa Rica due to the diligence shown by our guide, William. Also known as Steak-chested Antpitta.