Chestnut-collared Swift

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Chestnut-collared Swift

The Chestnut-Collared Swift (Streptoprocne rutila) inhabits from some parts of Mexico to Peru and Bolivia. Its natural habitat is in mountain streams. Adults are 14 cm (5 inches) in height and 22 g in weight.
Males have a chestnut-rufous collar. Above glossy sooty-black, below paler and browner. In females collar absent. Bill and feet black. Youngers does not have collar but feathers on crown. Its body plumage is tinged with brown. Foods include ants and termites, beetles, bugs and wasps.

Common Name: Chestnut-collared Swift
Scientific Name: Streptoprocne rutila
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