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    Guatemala birds - March 2020 -1

    I'm not sure we can be sure about wing length in the picture. A clearly longer, forked tail or tail with a clear notch which is longer should mean the emerald.
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    Guatemala birds - March 2020 -1

    Yes it's juvenile, but that shouldn't affect its beak. I can't decide about the species. If the purplish feathers in the throat area are real, suggests the mountain-gem. This ought to have the more robust bill too, although the beak in the picture doesn't really fit either species. Likewise, if...
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    Guatemala birds - March 2020 -1

    Agree 4) is likely female ruby-throated Really not sure about the rest. I think 1,2,5 are the same thing, and, although I don't think it's a good fit, the best I can come up with is azure-crowned hummingbird. This based on obviously white throat, vent, and pinkish bill base. For 3), again a...