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A Green-crowned Brilliant perched on a mossy branch in the cloud forest of Ecuador. Photo: Jess Findlay

A Green-crowned Brilliant perched on a mossy branch in the cloud forest of Ecuador. Photo: Jess Findlay

“As they fed hungrily, often quarreling with one another, occasionally one would get displaced onto a nearby branch. I waited by the branch for a couple hours, staying very still.” –Jess Findlay Photography

Photographer Captures Close-Up of Fiery-Throated Hummingbird's Dazzling Rainbow Neck

“As they fed hungrily, often quarreling with one another, occasionally one would get displaced onto a nearby branch. I waited by the branch for a couple hours, staying very still.” –Jess Findlay Photography

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Which Cat Should Be Yours Based On Your Lifestyle?

ronronnement de ses chats - France

Gouldian Finch by jaredb93max                          Taken at Butterfly World in South Florida

Gouldian Finch by jaredb93max Taken at Butterfly World in South Florida

Un p'tit dégrader

Un p'tit dégrader

Anim'Censeau | El-Quetzal-foto-por-Thorn-Janson-via-TACA-Regional

Anim'Censeau | El-Quetzal-foto-por-Thorn-Janson-via-TACA-Regional

A Whiskered Treeswift

A Whiskered Treeswift

There are about 338 different species of hummingbirds - an amazing family  of birds found only in the New World. Their ability to hover for extended  periods of time and even fly backwards makes them unique in the bird world.  What they lack in size, they make up for with energy; the pinnacle of this  being the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds incredible ability to flap up to 200  times per second during courtship displays. Though tiny, male hummingbirds  are among the most flashy birds in the…

The 15 Most Spectacular Hummingbirds!

There are about 338 different species of hummingbirds - an amazing family of birds found only in the New World. Their ability to hover for extended periods of time and even fly backwards makes them unique in the bird world. What they lack in size, they make up for with energy; the pinnacle of this being the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds incredible ability to flap up to 200 times per second during courtship displays. Though tiny, male hummingbirds are among the most flashy birds in the…

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