The Potoo/ Ghost bird
Meet The Ghost bird. Even though the Great Potoo, sometimes known as the Ghost Bird, resembles an owl, it is not a member of the same family.
It feeds on tiny vertebrates and huge insects. They are very frequently encountered in South America, primarily in Columbia.
To avoid predators, the potoo impersonates a damaged branch of a tree. It has the ideal camouflage with its posture and coloring!
This bird is usually quite quiet, but when it sings (at night, primarily on moonlit nights), it creates a lot of disturbance among its viewers, which is exactly why it is called a ghost bird. They are based in South and Central America.