The White-Collared Swift (Streptoprocne zonaris) lives from Central Mexico to Peru and North Argentina. It is found near waterfalls, in wet crevices or caves in mountains. Its size is of 22 cm (8 inches) in height and 98 g in weight.
Adults have a plumage mostly black, glossed with bluish in back and chest. It has a white collar narrowest and clearest on hindneck. Feet and bill black. It feeds on beetles, flies, wasps, bees, and termites.