The Purple-rumped Sunbird (Leptocoma zeylonica) is a sunbird endemic to the Indian Subcontinent. Like other sunbirds, they are small in size, feeding mainly on nectar but sometimes take insects, particularly when feeding young. They can hover for short durations but usually perch to feed. They build a hanging pouch nest made up of cobwebs, lichens and plant material. Males are brightly coloured but females are olive above and yellow to buff below.
Purple-rumped Sunbird is a common resident breeder in southern India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. This species is found in a variety of habitats with trees, including scrub and cultivation and is usually absent from dense forest.
Here are 3 sunbirds to check the ID before I separate them into different spottings.. 1. female purple-rumped sunbird 2. male purple-rumped sunbird 3. not sure of the last one...