Rufous breasted Chat Tyrant

Ochthoeca rufipectoralis

Rufous breasted Chat Tyrant belongs to the family Tyrannidae. Small flycatcher found in the upper subtropical and temperate zones of the Andes from Venezuela to Bolivia. Like most chat-tyrants, has a very bold eyebrow. Look for the conspicuous rufous band on its chest and one rufous wingbar. Sexes similar. Fairly common and easy to see. Found singly or in pairs in middle levels of open woodland and edge. You can find it in our tours in the Manu National Park.

Source: ebird

Photo: Alfredo Cornejo