The Rufous Hornero (Furnarius rufus) is famous for building a nest that looks like a clay oven, round with a frontal opening. Male and female look the same, but there is a trick to identify them. When singing in duet, the female is the first to slow down the song rhythm.
Name in Portuguese: João-de-barro
Size: 20 cm
Sexual dimorphism: not
Feeding: insects and small animals
Habitat: cities, countryside, fields
Similar species: none