Diglossa carbonaria/Gray-bellied Flowerpiercer

Check out these recommended Hotspots to try and see the Gray-bellied FlowerpiercerSerranía de Siberia; Tablas Monte Area; Chapare Region, Miguelito Substation Road; San Miguel Polylepis Forest; and Old Coroico Road. It inhabits wet scrub, shrubby cloud and elfin forest borders, Polylepis woodland, agricultural areas, gardens, and parks on the upper eastern slope of the northern and central Andes. Be aware that the Gray-bellied Flowerpiercer makes seasonal elevational movements.