|Grey-breasted Sabrewing Campylopterus largipennis
Brazilian name: asa-de-sabre-cinza
|Brazil and Peru
The Grey-breasted Sabrewing is found east of the Andes in tropical South America. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It prefers forest borders and clearings, usually at low to mid levels where it often perches conspicuously.
|It is a fairly large and dull hummingbird whose main identification features are the broad white tips to its dark blue tail and the prominent white spot behind its eye. The upperparts are a metallic green while its underparts are uniform grey. The bill is slightly decurved.|
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