With camouflage like this, it's not surprising this bird can nest in plain sight. Once you've found the adult, look beneath her breast to see a downy young peeking out. I'm constantly striving to create images where the bird leaps off the background, but that's not going to happen in this instance. This is an example where the inclusion of habitat - concealing, in this case - tells a better story than a perfectly clean frame. This species is named for the male's very long tail. It ranges through the mid-Andean elevations of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia. Incidently, I visited this same site three years prior and observed a bird on a nest in the exact same spot. I wonder if it's the same individual?
Upper Anchicaya, Old Buenaventura Road, Valle del Cauca, Colombia , 6/25/19
Canon 600mm f/4 IS II on EOS 5D Mark IV
1/250 at f/5.6, ISO 800