Species names in all available languages
|English (United States)||Brown Trembler|
|Serbian||Smeđi krupnokljuni raznopojac|
|Spanish (Spain)||Cocobino pardo|
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Tremblers are a pair of distinctive thrashers that are endemic to the Lesser Antilles; Brown Trembler is the more widespread species, and occurs from St. Kitts and Monserrat south to Grenada. Brown Trembler is plain chocolate brown, with a short, black decurved bill and a long tail. This species occupies humid montane forest. Brown Trembler is most often heard moving through the forest in family groups while 'trembling', quickly fluttering the wings while giving a series of full and rich (but variable) warbling notes.