A small and strikingly beautiful hummingbird with a short bill, the Hooded Visorbearer
is a species of hummingbird only found in Brazil.
The Frilled Coquette
is a tiny South American hummingbird species that have an extremely large range but can be only found in Brazil.
The Glowing Puffleg
is a medium-sized South American hummingbird found in the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador, northern Peru and western Venezuela.
The Glittering-Bellied Emerald
is a small green South American hummingbird species found in north-eastern Argentina, eastern and central Bolivia, eastern Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
The Glittering-Throated Emerald
is a small hummingbird with metallic green overall. It is found in The Guianas and Venezuela, to south Bolivia and south Brazil.
The Gilded Sapphire
, also known as the Gilded Hummingbird, is a deceptively dull-looking, but in the right light has a golden-green back and breast and a bronze tail. It is
found in southern Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, and northern Argentina.
The Giant Hummingbird
is the largest hummingbird of the family Trochilidae and the only member of the genus Patagona. It is found in South America, in Ecuador, Peru and Chile and two subspecies share a wide range.
The Garden Emerald
is a small hummingbird with males having bronze-green upper parts, brilliant green underparts, white thighs and deep forked tails. They are an endemic resident breeder in Costa Rica and western Panama.
The Fork-Tailed Woodnymph
is a South American Hummingbird, found in lowland forests east of the Andes.
The Cinnamon Hummingbird
is a striking, medium-sized hummingbird species found from northwestern Mexico to Costa Rica. Males and females are similar, they have metallic bronze green upperparts, cinnamon underparts which is paler on the chin and upper throat.
Here are some of the beautiful hummingbirds of the world!
The Blue-Tailed Hummingbird
is a fairly typical Amazilla hummingbird in shape and structure. It s a medium-sized hummingbird species found in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua.