The Hummingbirds of Las Tangaras (Mindo, Ecuador)

So, Erin and I spent three months research hummingbirds in Ecuador and I haven’t really put anything up about the hummingbirds yet.  So here it is, some pics and a video of the hummingbirds we collected data on every day at Reserva Las Tangaras.

A Purple bibbed white-tip male taking a drink
A Purple bibbed white-tip male taking a drink
A Green-crown woodnymph female at a feeder
A Green-crown woodnymph female at a feeder
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A Green Crown Brilliant male
A Brown Violet-ear guarding it's territory.
A Brown Violet-ear guarding it’s territory.
A purple-throated woodstar male
A purple-throated woodstar male
A male White-necked Jacobin coming to the feeder
A male White-necked Jacobin coming to the feeder
A purple throated woodstar female at the feeders
A purple throated woodstar female at the feeders
Sparkling violet-ear male (Colibri coruscans)
Sparkling violet-ear male (Colibri coruscans)
A Violet-tailed Sylph (Aglaiocercus coelestis) with a rather short tail (possibly its tail was molting)
A Violet-tailed Sylph (Aglaiocercus coelestis) with a rather short tail (possibly its tail was molting)
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