The many-colored rush tyrant is a tiny bird that has vibrant feathers. This cute bird is widespread along the coastal lowland of western Peru.
This is called a many-colored rush tyrant and they only grow to be about three inches long on average.
In fact, their coloring is what has earned them the nickname siete colores, which means “seven colors” in Spanish.
The largest concentrations can be found in Argentina and Uruguay, with pockets In Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Southernmost Brazil.
Though their colors make them popular photography subjects, they can be Hard to get a clear pic of.