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  1. Ruby-throated Hummingbird

    Ruby-throated Hummingbird

    This was taken in late August in my backyard. I posted one weeks ago with the wings in the back position. Hope you enjoy the image.
  2. Chestnut-breasted Coronet

    Chestnut-breasted Coronet

  3. Violet-crowned Hummingbird

    Violet-crowned Hummingbird

    Very assertively defending a place among the banks of feeders against just about every species - we had 9 species in one location.
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    Hummers in Tennessee

    Hi guys. Never asked anything on a forum but I have a question that I cannot find the answer to. In outside Memphis Tennessee area I have put glass hummingbird feeders out for 4 years but this year I am finding about 10-15 house flies in reservoir of feeders. I take down weekly and scrub with...
  5. White-necked Jacobin -female

    White-necked Jacobin -female

    Completely different from it’s blue, white and Green partner
  6. Hummingbird Hawk-moth : nectaring : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari & Alok Tewari

    Hummingbird Hawk-moth : nectaring : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari & Alok Tewari

    1.4K views, 49 likes, 4 loves, 11 comments, 25 shares, Facebook Watch Videos from Alok Tewari: An amazing moth ... that flies ... nectars ... ... and behaves much like a Hummingbird ... Even the name is ... Hummingbird Hawk-moth This video was recorded in Himalayas ... ... in noon-time ...
  7. A (very angry) Ruby-throated hummingbird

    A (very angry) Ruby-throated hummingbird

    What do you do when the feeder's empty? Give her the stink-eye: she has cats; so don't worry, she'll know exactly what it means.
  8. That annoying itch you just can't scratch (Ruby-throated hummingbird)

    That annoying itch you just can't scratch (Ruby-throated hummingbird)

    Don't you just hate that? Unlike many gardeners and birders, I only have a ten-day window to catch this little female Ruby-throated hummingbird. She always stops by, alone, on her way south to wherever during the first or second week of September, and then I don't see her again until the...
  9. Green-and-white hummingbird in flight

    Green-and-white hummingbird in flight

    endemic green-and-white hummingbird in flight in the gardens of the Belmont Sanctuary Lodge at the entrance to Machu Piccu, Peru
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    Hummer at Wayqecha Biological Station

    Please help me id this hummingbird I saw on 13 August at Wayqecha Biological Station.
  11. Leucochloris albicollis

    Leucochloris albicollis

  12. Esmeraldas Woodstar

    Esmeraldas Woodstar

    Male. Posed beautifully atop his favoured tree...against a bright sky with no chance of getting a darker background behind him 😭
  13. Neblina Metaltail

    Neblina Metaltail

  14. Blue-mantled Thornbill

    Blue-mantled Thornbill

  15. Gray-bellied Comet

    Gray-bellied Comet

    A stunning north Peruvian endemic, this canyon is pretty much the only reliable location for it. For some reason, it is not nearly as well known as the Marvelous Spatuletail, but when seen in flight, I'd say it's nearly as spectacular, and well deserving of attention, as it is probably at an...
  16. Lesser (Green) Violetear

    Lesser (Green) Violetear

    Stunning hummingbird at the flowers at Paraiso Quetzal in Costa Rica
  17. Black Crested Coquette

    Black Crested Coquette

    Black-Crested Coquette feeding
  18. Long-billed Starthroat

    Long-billed Starthroat

    Long-billed Starthroat
  19. Rufous-tailed hummingbird

    Rufous-tailed hummingbird

    Rufous-tailed hummingbird
  20. (Green) Crowned Woodnymph

    (Green) Crowned Woodnymph

    (Green) Crowned Woodnymph
  21. Purple-throated Woodstar

    Purple-throated Woodstar

    Purple-throated Woodstar
  22. White-whiskered hermit

    White-whiskered hermit

    On approach to a feeder
  23. Fawn-breasted Brilliant

    Fawn-breasted Brilliant

    Fawn-breasted Brilliant sitting out a light shower
  24. White-necked Jacobin

    White-necked Jacobin

    Sheltering from the light rain waiting to get on the feeder
  25. Green-crowned Brilliant

    Green-crowned Brilliant

    Green-crowned Brilliant