Brazilian name: maria-do-nordeste
de Baturité, Ceará, Brazil
Buff-breasted Tody-Tyrant is restricted to a few isolated forest
ridges in north-east Brazil at altitudes of between 600 and 1,000
|It is olive-green above with creamy-white edgings to the tertials. The edges of the darkish tail are also olive-green. Around the eye, the lores, throat and breast are a buffy-pink while the remainder of the underparts are whitish to yellow. The iris is cinnamon-orange while the bill is dusky above and paler below.|
feeds on insects which it forages for on the undersides of
There are recordings and a distribution map on xeno-canto and additional information on Avibase .
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