Great Swallow-Tailed swift

Great Swallow-Tailed swift

The Great Swallow-Tailed Swift (Panyptila sanctihieronymi) inhabits from South Mexico to North Honduras and in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Its natural habits are subtropical or tropical montane forests and high altitude shrubland.

Its size is of 20 cm (8 inches) in height and 50g in height. It is mostly glossy blue-black and has a long tail. Its throat, upper breast, and narrow collar around his neck are white. Bill and feet black. This animal feeds on insects.

Common Name: Great Swallow-Tailed swift
Scientific Name: Panyptila sanctihieronymi
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