Costa Rican Swift

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Costa Rican Swift

The Costa Rican Swift (Chaetura fumosa) resides from northern Colombia to Costa Rica. It was split from the Band-rumped Swift. Its place is in subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, pastures, in open habitats and agricultural fields.

This small bird is 11 cm in height and 18 g in weight. Its plumage is mostly sooty black, glossed with blue. Pale throat and pale rump-band. Bill and feet are black. Its diet is based on flying insects, as beetles and bees.

Common Name: Costa Rican Swift
Scientific Name: Chaetura fumosa
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