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|Black Catbird (Melanoptila glabrirostris)|
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The map shows the number of species registered per state and entire Mexico. Click each of the states to see the list.
Island species (Guadalupe, Revillagigedos, Tres Marías and Cozumel), are included in the respective state lists (Baja California, Colima, Nayarit and Quintana Roo).
|Monotypic: Coastal e Mexico (Yucatán Pen. and adj. islands) to n Honduras|
|Endemic status||Regional endemic Yucatan endemic|
|Photo Sound Video||Yes|
Raspy, rattling and raucous sounds - small bird
Same note(s) repeated
Anonymous warble or sequences - sharp tones
Wheezing or whaeeing sounds
Song probably changing, but clear and somewhat sharp tones that apparently are repeated. Also a very dry hoarse call, almost a hiss, matching the size of the bird well.
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