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How incredible!    fairy-wren: Red-tailed Comet (Sappho sparganura) male, Andean South America  (photo by glenn bartley)

”Red-tailed Comet (Sappho sparganura)” by Glenn Bartley. Red-tailed Comet is a medium sized hummingbird found in the central Andes, Bolivia and Argentina.

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Hummingbird with Nest.I found a Hummingbird& Nest just by mistake. It was so tiny and precious. The egg is the size of a very small pebble. These birds are such Beautiful Little God& Babies.: Baby Hummingbirds, Nest I, Humming-Bird, Beautiful

"FUCHSIA HEAVEN" and hummingbird by Tanya78

"Hummingbird in Fuchsia Heaven" ~ By Roy Hancliff

Anna's Hummingbird (Calypte anna)

Anna's Hummingbird (Calypte anna)

7 Amazing Facts about Incredible Hummingbirds - Brisk Post

Hummingbird Photos Gallery: Here you are some of the masterpieces of the photographers and interesting facts about hummingbirds. Let's adore their beautiful pictures and try to figure out what they are depicting in still images!

7 Amazing Facts about Incredible Hummingbirds - Brisk Post

Hummingbird Photos Gallery: Here you are some of the masterpieces of the photographers and interesting facts about hummingbirds. Let's adore their beautiful pictures and try to figure out what they are depicting in still images!

Hungry hummingbird going to its food source

Hummingbird Photos Gallery: Here you are some of the masterpieces of the photographers and interesting facts about hummingbirds. Let's adore their beautiful pictures and try to figure out what they are depicting in still images!

hummingbird | Rare Albino Hummingbird in Virginia (Picture Gallery)

Marlin Shank photographed this extremely rare albino ruby-throated hummingbird in Staunton, VA. I've seen an albino Cedar Waxwing, and partial albino Grackle. But never an albino Hummingbird!

The Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus) is a small hummingbird, about 3 inches with a long, straight & very slender bill. Their breeding habitat is open areas & forest edges in western North America from southern Alaska to California. These birds are known for their incredible flight skills. Most winter in wooded areas in the Mexico state of Guerrero, traveling over 2,000 miles by an overland route from its nearest summer home—a prodigious journey for a bird weighing only three or four…

Female Rufous hummingbird (Selasphorous rufus) Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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