Hummingbird Feeders - Birds and Inspiration
, a South American hummingbird species in the Andean cloud forest in northwester Ecuador and western Colombia is also known as Empress Eugenie's Hummingbird.
The Band-tailed Barbthroat is a medium-sized hummingbird that occur naturally in Central America south to northwestern South America.
The Black-eared Fairy is a species of hummingbird found in tropical forests in South America.
The Blue-fronted Lancebill is a chunky South American hummingbird with a long, mostly straight bill. It is found in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, and Venezuela.
The Cuban Emerald is a medium-sized, dark-green hummingbird found in a wide range of semi-open habitats in Cuba, the Isle of Pines, and the western Bahamas.
The Black-throated Mango is an attractive South American hummingbird species.
The Lesser Violetear, also known as the Mountain Violet-ear is a medium-sized, metallic green hummingbird with an obvious blue or green cheek patch. It is commonly found in forested areas from Costa Rica to northern South America.
The Oasis Hummingbird is a mid-sized hummingbird that is endemic to South America and restricted to the Pacific coast of Peru and Chile.
The Hispaniolan Emerald is a species of hummingbird endemic to Hispaniola.
The Green-throated Mango is a hummingbird species that breeds from northeastern Venezuela, Trinidad and the Guianas south to northeasterm Brazil.
The Green-throated Carib is a large and beautiful hummingbird with somewhat down-curved bill. They live in eastern Puerto Rico and Lesser Antilles except Grenada.
he Green Hermit is a large hummingbird with long white-tipped central tail feathers. It is a resident breeder from southern Central America south to northern South America.
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