The Mountain Velvetbreast is a unique hummingbird species, best known for its long decurved bill is found in the Andes of northwestern Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
The Minute Hermit is a tiny hummingbird species and one of the smallest known birds. It is endemic to humid Atlantic Forest in south-eastern Brazil, ranging from Rio de Janeiro north to south-eastern Bahia.
The Many-Spotted Hummingbird is a hummingbird species of lower Andean foothills from Ecuador, through Peru and Bolivia, to north-western Argentina.
The Mangrove Hummingbird is a restricted hummingbird species found only along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, most often in or near mangrove trees. It is threatened by habitat loss.
The Long-Tailed Sylph is a striking hummingbird with an extremely long tail. It is found in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela.
Species Spotlight - Hooded Visorbearer
The Hooded Visorbearer
is a species of hummingbird endemic to the east Brazilian state of Bahia, it is found only at higher altitudes in the Chapada Diamantina region.
The Lazuline Sabrewing is a large, distinctive hummingbird found Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela.
The Hooded Visorbearer is a species of hummingbird endemic Endemic to the east Brazilian state of Bahia, it is found only at higher altitudes in the Chapada Diamantina region.
The Honduran Emerald a medium-sized hummingbird only found in Honduras. It is threatened by habitat loss, and deforestation. It is locally common in arid thorn forest and scrub in the upper Rio Aguan valley, Department of Yoro.
The Hoary Puffleg is a dull, South American hummingbird species found in Colombia and Ecuador. It is known to be territorial. It is labeled as near threatened due to habitat loss.