Band-tailed Earthcreeper, Ochetorhynchus phoenicurus
Endemic to Patagonia. Local resident in Magallanes, Chile, more common in Argentina.
It lives in bushy Patagonian steppes, also near arid zones with scattered shrubs, reaching the coast.
Mainly terrestrial, running rapidly with tail cocked high. Also perches on top of bushes, like Calafate. Wary, often remaining hidden in bushy cover.