La Ceja, Colombia; 2300 meters above sea level.
(Golden-faced tyrannulet / Tiranuelo Cejiamarillo)
The Golden-faced Tyrannulet is the most widely distributed of the genus Zimmerius in the Andes, from northwest Venezuela to northern Peru. They all inhabit humid forest, borders, and tall second growth, and are usually seen in the tops of trees, where they regularly perch in the open. Its size is about 4.3 inches (11 cm)