The bright red throat of the Flame-throated Warbler (Oreothlypis gutturalis) is the giveaway to its name. It occurs in the Chiriqui highlands of southern Costa Rica and western Panama, where it inhabits the canopy of open oak-dominated woodland and forest edges. The upperparts are slate-blue, the throat is bright red to orange, and the underparts are whitish. The bill is thin and pointed. It feeds primarily on arboreal insects and arthropods.