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Azure-crowned Hummingbird (Agyrtria cyanocephala)

Azure-crowned Hummingbird (Agyrtria cyanocephala)

Blue-throated Motmot (Aspatha gularis) found in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras

Blue-throated Motmot (Aspatha gularis) found in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras

A Moment To Rest - Captured this white throated mountain gem just when he took a few seconds to rest. they are so beautiful and quite small. It never ceases to amaze me the energy that these little creatures have. It was a true pleasure to have had the opportunity to watch this little one for several minutes before I had to leave.

A Moment To Rest - Captured this white throated mountain gem just when he took a few seconds to rest. they are so beautiful and quite small. It never ceases to amaze me the energy that these little creatures have. It was a true pleasure to have had the opportunity to watch this little one for several minutes before I had to leave.

Abundant at times in the high mountain forests of Mexico, this little jewel is an uncommon visitor to the southwestern United States. In southern Arizona canyons where hummingbird feeders are maintained, lone White-eareds sometimes show up and remain for weeks at a time. Although the species has been known as a summer visitor to Arizona at least since the 1890s, there have been few proven records of its actually having nested there.

The hummingbird migration is a wonderful thing because hummingbirds comprise many different fly paths or zones wherein they go from one habitation to another.

Colombia's main environmental problems are soil erosion, deforestation and the preservation of its wildlife. Soil erosion has resulted from the loss of vegetation and heavy rainfall, and the soil has also been damaged by overuse of pesticides.

colorful animals: Keel-billed Toucan from Southern Mexico to Venezuela and Colombia

Grey-breasted Mountain-toucan (Andigena hypoglauca) Juvenile.

Grey-breasted Mountain-toucan( (Andigena hypoglauca) is a species of bird in the Ramphastidae family. It is found in humid highland forest, often at the tops of the trees, in the Andes of southern Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.

Red-legged Honey-creeper, Cyanerpes cyaneus: Costa Rica - (c) Luis Vargas

Red-legged Honey-creeper, Cyanerpes cyaneus: Costa Rica - (c) Luis Vargas

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