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Hummingbirds fascinate! They are among the smallest birds and are recognised for their quickness and ability to hover by swiftly flapping their wings. Some intriguing facts about them

The striking ruby-red neck patch of adult males distinguishes this eastern North American species.  

Ruby-throated Hummingbird  

Anna's Hummingbird, native to western North America, with a metallic green back and a gorget on males.  

Calypte anna hummingbird  

Western North American mountains host these hummingbirds. Their whistling wings and rose-red necks distinguish them.  

Salasphorus platycercus—Broad-tailed Hummingbird  

This species has a beautiful violet head and throat and is native to Mexico and sections of Arizona and New Mexico.  

Amazona violiceps, violet-crowned hummingbird  

Rufous Hummingbirds migrate up to 3,000 miles from western North America to Mexico and Central America for the winter. Men have brilliant orange-red throats.  

Selasphorus rufus hummingbird  

This Costa Rican and Panamanian cloud forest hummingbird is one of the most colourful with a fiery-red throat and iridescent green body.  

Insignia fiery-throated hummingbird  

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