Habitat: The woodcreper will usually favor humid forests and mature second-growth woodland habitats in the lowlands. Distribution: This species has been reported from southeastern Mexico to northern Bolivia and central Brazil. Natural History Notes: The Wedge-billed woodcreeper is the smallest species of this family. This bird forages on main trunks at low tree levels. 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 14.5 cm and 15.2 cm (measured from tip of bill to end of tail). This bird is characterized by a short bill with a wedge shape. The plumage is mostly pale brown with whitish superciliary. The throat is cream colored with small cream spots on the breast. When this bird flies, we can distinguish the beige wing-band and also the rufous colored tail.