White-bellied Pygmy-Tyrant (Myiornis albiventris).
Pair feeding fledgling at nest, carrying caterpillars among other invertebrates. This video was recorded on October 03, 2017 at ca. 09:50h at Divisoria, Padre Abad, Ucayali, Peru; ca. 1190m. The habitat in general was Humid montane forest in secondary forest, forest edge, next to the asphalted highway, the nest was ca. 3m above the ground. According to eBird/Clements v. Aug. 2017 its distribution range is on the “E slope of Andes of Peru (Huánuco) to w Bolivia (Santa Cruz)”.
On eBird there are records of this species on extreme south-east Ecuador.
Most of the records on eBird for are in San Martín region.
According to “Neotropical Birds” a website developed by The Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the White-bellied Pygmy-Tyrant is a generally uncommon and poorly known resident of humid lower montane and foothill forest of the east Andes from northern Peru to northwest Bolivia.