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Collared Inca (male)
Collared Inca (Coeligena torquata subsp. margaretae) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Amazonas, Abra Patricia Reserve, Owlet Lodge, Per. Tropical humid montane forest (cloud forest) at 2,310 m (7,579 ft) elevation, eastern-slope of the Andes.
Habitat
Tropical humid montane forest (cloud forest) at 2,310 m (7,579 ft) elevation, eastern-slope of the Andes.
Location
Amazonas, Abra Patricia Reserve, Owlet Lodge, Per.
Date taken
January 2017
Scientific name
Coeligena torquata
Equipment used
Canon
Supporter
Oh my! This is one awesome image of this Hummer Stanley. An extraordinary and beautiful image guy.
 
Supporter
Astounding freeze-frame of this shimmering jewel! Absolutely superb Stanley!

Chris
 
Great capture Stanley, I would love to know how many species of Hummers you have seen and photographed on your travels, must be quite a list!
 
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Supporter
Holy moley!!!! What a wonderful flight image to get!!!

You've excelled yourself with this picture Stanley. It's so nice to see this guy today, as we only seem to get one of them come in once a year or so.

Many thanks my friend.
 

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Central & South America & Mexico
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