Habitat: The Black-faced antthrush favors floor in humid forests and second-growth woodland in the lowlands and lower foothills. Distribution: This species has been reported from southeastern Mexico to northern Bolivia and Amazonian Brazil. Natural History Notes: This antthrush species is almost entirely terrestrial that will be seen walking on the forest floor. This bird is insectivore and will mostly eat of course insects, especially ants. Its call can be often hear in Panama, and is composed of a loud whistle followed by a series of 2–10 descending whistles, like "whu! wu-wu-wu-wu-wu-wu-wu-wu-wu". Conservation status according to IUCN 2008 Red list: Least Concern (LC). It is a resident species. Characteristics: The total length of this species varies between 6.5 inches and 7 inches (measured from tip of bill to end of tail). This bird has a short tail and a small black bill. In the face, we can see that the bare skin around the eye is blue-black. Also, the cheeks and the throat are black. The plumage above is olive brown with a rufous red coloration on the sides of the head and the neck. Then, the chest is dark gray, as well as the underparts.