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The Broad-tailed hummingbird, "The Mountain Hummingbird", has many unique features.In our opinion, it is one of the easiet to identify.

The Broad-tailed hummingbird, "The Mountain Hummingbird", has many unique features.In our opinion, it is one of the easiet to identify.

Calliope Hummingbird: Tania snapped this photo of a resting Calliope Hummingbird, the smallest of all birds that breed in the United States.

Calliope Hummingbird: Tania snapped this photo of a resting Calliope Hummingbird, the smallest of all birds that breed in the United States.

Image: A sword-billed hummingbird and a chestnut-breasted coronet battle over a hummingbird feeder near Papallacta, Ecuador. (© BARCROFT MEDIA/Nate Chappell)

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Image: A sword-billed hummingbird and a chestnut-breasted coronet battle over a hummingbird feeder near Papallacta, Ecuador. (© BARCROFT MEDIA/Nate Chappell)

Broad-Tailed Hummingbird (Selasphorus Platycercus) Male Flying

Broad-Tailed Hummingbird (Selasphorus Platycercus) Male Flying

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Broad-tailed Hummingbird, Selasphorus 2 Postcard

Broad-tailed Hummingbird, Selasphorus 2 Postcard

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"Coffee Bird": Ruby-throated Hummingbird / The Ruby-throat weighs less than a nickel but, like other hummers including the Calliope and Mangrove, is a master of flight. Beating its wings 60 to 80 times a second, the bird creates a blur of motion and a whirring, insect-like sound. It’s easy to mistake one for a bee at first glance.  Many people are familiar with this bird, but fewer know that it migrates as far away as Central America, where it can be found overwintering on shade coffee…

"Coffee Bird": Ruby-throated Hummingbird / The Ruby-throat weighs less than a nickel but, like other hummers including the Calliope and Mangrove, is a master of flight. Beating its wings 60 to 80 times a second, the bird creates a blur of motion and a whirring, insect-like sound. It’s easy to mistake one for a bee at first glance. Many people are familiar with this bird, but fewer know that it migrates as far away as Central America, where it can be found overwintering on shade coffee…

Attracting hummingbirds in winter is possible in some areas. Learn where and how. from: birdsandblooms.com

Attracting hummingbirds in winter is possible in some areas. Learn where and how. from: birdsandblooms.com

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