Mrs. Gould's Sunbird is a small species of bird native to parts of Asia, including China, India, and Thailand.
Mrs. Gould's Sunbird is named after the British illustrator Elizabeth Gould. It is part of a family of Old World birds known as sunbirds (along with spiderhunter). It has a downcurved bill, specialized to feed on the nectar of flowers.
Mrs. Gould's Sunbird has a striking plumage, with a bright reddish-orange back, yellow breast, and blue tail. There are iridescent feathers at the crown, cheeks, and chin.