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ArArizona Highways Magazine Two hummingbirds face off near a hummingbird feeder by Joshua Esquivel

Hummingbird Photos, Wrens, Chickadees, Hummingbirds, Willow Tit, Hummingbird

Green-crowned Brilliant |  A hummingbird's tongue is two times as long as it's beak and can eat two times its weight in a single day!  - A hummingbird is the only bird in nature that can fly backwards!

The Green-crowned Brilliant (Heliodoxa jacula) is a large, robust hummingbird that is a resident breeder in the highlands from Costa Rica to western Ecuador. This hummingbird inhabits wet mountain forests including edges, gaps and tall second growth.

Empress-Brilliant [Heliodoxa imperatrix]; Photo taken at Mindo Loma Lodge, northwest Ecuador.

Gorgeous Jewel showing the iridescence of lovely feathers! Empress Brilliant photo taken at Mindo Loma Lodge, (northwest) Ecuador.

Glittering-throated emerald hummingbird. (Amozilia frimbiata). Brazil.

[Amozilia frimbiata] Glittering-throated Emerald Hummingbird in Aldeia Velha, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil.

Gallery of Long-tailed Sylph (Aglaiocercus kingii) | the Internet Bird Collection (IBC) | HBW Alive

Gallery of Long-tailed Sylph (Aglaiocercus kingii) | the Internet Bird Collection (IBC) | HBW Alive

eda11y: “New Zealand native Tui by scsutton ”

My favorite hummingbird~~Male Rufous hummingbird enjoying a morning after a thunderstorm.

A side view of the Rufous Hummingbird.  From the top 100 photos of the 2017 Audubon Photography Contest.

A side view of the Rufous Hummingbird. From the top 100 photos of the 2017 Audubon Photography Contest.

Green-crowned Brilliant - © Laura L Fellows and Exotic Birding Tours

Bird & Wildlife Photos Hummingbirds taken by Laura L Fellows and/or Jim Wittenberger while on Exotic Birding tours to Costa Rica

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Photographer Captures Close-Up of Fiery-Throated Hummingbird’s Dazzling Rainbow Neck

— Photographer Captures Close-Up of Fiery-Throated...

Long-tailed Sylph The spectacularly long, iridescent tail of male Long-tailed Sylphs is truly an unbelievable sight! Found throughout the cloud forests of the northern Andes, where they zip through the dense foliage, glittering streamers in tow.

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