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I would like to see if we can find all 338 of this species and maybe even #339 Sign in to join mission

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Stephen Wain

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Hummingbirds are found only in the Western Hemisphere, from southeastern Alaska to southern Chile, although most live in the tropics. There are 338 known species falling into nine main clades, the Topazes, Hermits, Mangoes, Brilliants, Coquettes, Patagona, Mountain Gems, Bees, and Emeralds, defining their relationship to nectar-bearing flowering plants and the birds' continued spread into new geographic area How many can we spot?


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