The buff-breasted wheatear (Oenanthe bottae) is a species of bird in the Old World flycatcher family Muscicapidae that is found in the montane areas of the southwestern Arabian Peninsula. It is also known as Botta's wheatear or the red-breasted wheatear.
Heuglin's wheatear (O. heuglini) and the rusty-breasted wheatear (Oenanthe frenata) were formerly considered to be conspecific.
Resembles the larger and darker northern wheatear, but with a duller reddish breast and broader black tail tip. The sexes are alike.