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Empress Brilliant

The Empress Brilliant is an impressive hummingbird species of the Andean cloud forest in northwestern Ecuador and western Colombia.

Black-Bellied Hummingbird

The Black-Bellied Hummingbird is a small distinctive hummingbird found in the Caribbean slope of Costa Rica and Panama.

Black Inca

The Black Inca, a large hummingbird species found only in Colombia. 

Antillean Crested Hummingbird

The Antillean Crested Hummingbird is a tiny hummingbird species with a small geographic range in the Caribbean, from eastern Puerto Rico through much of the Lesser Antilles.


Andean Emerald

The Andean Emerald is medium-sized hummingbird found at forest edge, woodland, gardens and scrub in the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador and northern Peru.

Amethyst-Throated Sunangel

The Amethyst-Throated Sunangel is a medium-sized South American hummingbird species that is the most common and widespread sunangel on the east slope of the Andes

Amethyst-Throated Hummingbird

The Amethyst-Throated Hummingbird is a rather large hummingbird of humid evergreen and pine-oak forest in mountains. It is fairly common, but typically inconspicuous in shady understory and at edges, where feeds at all levels on flowers.

Amethyst Woodstar

The Amethyst Woodstar is a tiny, short-billed hummingbird that is widespread throughout tropical South America to north-east Argentina and southern Brazil.

Amazilia Hummingbird

The Amazilia Hummingbird is the only species placed in the genus Amazilis. It is a territorial hummingbird species that occurs in western Peru and south-western Ecuador.

White-whiskered Hermit

The White-whiskered Hermit is a relatively large hummingbird found in Colombia and Ecuador.

Velvet-purple Coronet

The Velvet-purple Coronet is a species of hummingbird found in humid foothill forest on the West Andean slope in western Colombia and north-western Ecuador.

Sparkling Violetear

The Sparkling Violetear is a hummingbird species that is widespread in highlands of northern and western South America, including a large part of the Andes (from Argentina and northwards), the Venezuelan Coastal Range, and the Tepuis.