SCIENTIFIC NAME: Phaethornis subochraceus
The Buff-Bellied Hermit is a species of bird in the family Trochilidae, the hummingbirds.
It is a small hummingbird, about 4.33 – 4.72 inches long.
It has a brownish overall plumage. It has a black mask, a greenish back, a rusty-buff belly, and a long white-tipped tail.
It is similar Planalto and Cinnamon-throated hermits have a rusty rump, and Planalto is noticeably larger
Main diet consists of nectar and small arthropods.
Deciduous and dry semi-deciduous forests.
Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay.