The Siberian Rubythroat is a small species of songbird in the flycatcher family. These little passerine birds are migratory, spending the breeding season across parts of Siberia and wintering in Southeast Asia.
Siberian Rubythroats are named for the bright red throat feathers on male birds. The red constrasts with a thin black outline and white borders, making this little bird very attractive. Females lack these strong markings.
The population trend for the Siberian Rubythroat is stable and the conservation status is Least Concern as of November 2013.