Streaked tuftedcheek
The streaked tuftedcheek (Pseudocolaptes boissonneautii) is a passerine bird in the ovenbird family, which breeds in the tropical New World in the coastal mountains of Venezuela, and the Andes from Venezuela to Bolivia. It is sometimes considered conspecific with the buffy tuftedcheek, P. lawrencii of Central America, Colombia and Ecuador.
It occurs as a resident breeder in wet mountain forests, with many epiphytesepiphytes, above 1500 m. It lays one white egg in a thickly lined old woodpecker nest or other tree cavity. One parent, probably the female, incubates the single white egg for about 29 days to hatching..
Taken from: Wikipedia.