Golden collared Honeycreeper
The Golden collared Honeycreeper is a small tanager that is typically found in the Andean cloud forest. The male is highly colourful with black upperparts that are separated by a golden collar at the hind, pale blue underparts, and a blue stripe on the wings. In contrast, the female is much less conspicuous and may appear featureless in low light. Look for a grayish face, a hint of a golden collar, blue or green tinge to the wings, and red eyes to distinguish it. It can be found foraging in the middle to upper levels of the forest and is often seen in mixed-species flocks. In some areas, it will also visit feeders.