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Female Xanthus's Hummingird
Thomas P Brown

Female Xanthus's Hummingird (Hylocharis xantusii)

There is a large population of this endemic species around the water I found quite a ways out in the desert. The males all were quite shy but the females had no problem getting close, in fact several got well with in the minimum focal abilities of my lens
Habitat
desert
Location
La Paz, Mexico
Date taken
7-16-2016
Scientific name
Hylocharis xantusii
Equipment used
D750, 400mm
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Opus Editor
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That's such a lovely picture you've got of this female Thomas.

The pose you've captured makes her look really happy, doesn't it LOL.

A super job you've done here lad.
 

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Central & South America & Mexico
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