The Tufted Coquette is a tiny hummingbird that is found in eastern Venezuela, Trinidad, Guiana & northern Brazil. It is an uncommon, but widespread species. The black-tipped red bill is short and straight. The male tufted coquette is a striking bird. It has a rufous head crest and a coppery green back with a whitish rump band that is prominent in flight. The forehead and underparts are green, and black-spotted rufous plumes project from the neck sides. The tail is golden rufous.