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The very vocal and elusive grey-backed camaroptera (Camaroptera brevicaudata) is named from the Ancient Greek kamara for "arch" and pteron for "wing". It gets its alternate common name, the bleating warbler, from its very loud alarm call which sounds like the bleating of a lamb. Wren-like, it skulks around in dense brush and is often heard, seldom seen. When nesting, it binds large leaves together low in a bush and builds a grass nest within the leaves.
Grey backed cameropteraGrey backed cameroptera