Other Names: none
Distribution: eastern Canada in summer; Venezuela and Panama in winter.
Size: 14 cm in length.
Plumage: Males have a chestnut cap, throat, and sides, black face, and a conspicuous pale buff patch on the side of the neck. The uppersides are streaked with white. Females and juveniles are olive above, with two white wing bars, buff undertail coverts and flanks, and sometimes a trace of rust color on the flanks. The legs, beak, and eyes are black.