The Fiery-throated Hummingbird is a small to medium-sized hummingbird found in montane or cloud forests, second growth, shrubs of the sub-páramo, or highland pastures with trees. It is the only member of the genus Panterpe. This is a common to abundant bird of montane forest canopy above 1400 m, and also occurs in scrub at the woodland edges and clearings. This bird is about 4.3 inches long (11 cm) and weighs a mere .02 ounces (5.7 grams) The sexes are similar, but young birds have rufous fringes to the head plumage. The call is a high-pitched twittering. The female is entirely responsible for nest building and incubation. Like most other hummingbirds, this bird feeds on nectar a variety of small flowers and bromeliads.
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