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  1. Rufous-booted Racket-tail (male)

    Rufous-booted Racket-tail (male)

    Rufous-booted Racket-tail, Subspecies annae), Male.
  2. Rufous-booted Racket-tail (male)

    Rufous-booted Racket-tail (male)

    Subspecies annae, Male.
  3. Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    Rufous-booted Racket-tail

  4. Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    Yesterday I showed you the male, today it's the female.
  5. Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    Rufous-booted Racket-tail

  6. Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    Somehow this one reminds me of a gymnast.
  7. Hiding away

    Hiding away

    For small hummingbirds it can often pay to look whether they're sitting in a bush, and so it was with this one. My third species of Racket-tail, after I saw the other two in Ecuador in 2016. The split hasn't been accepted yet by all taxonomic authorities.
  8. Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    I only had two quick looks at this handsome hummer as the Chestnut Breasted was chasing all and sundry away.
  9. Female Rufous-booted Racket-tail

    Female Rufous-booted Racket-tail

  10. Hummer in the rain

    Hummer in the rain

    Female Rufous-booted Racket-tail, I reckon.
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