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Green-backed firecrown

Sephanoides sephaniodes


The Green-backed Firecrown is a hummingbird that is found in Argentina and Chile. It can be fairly common in some locations, especially the Robinson Crusoe Island, 350 miles off the Chilean coast. It is found as far south as Tierra del Fuego.

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YukoChartraw 11 years ago


Agustín Amenabar L
Agustín Amenabar L 11 years ago

Genial marcos. Qué suerte! el que rescaté yo estaba súper nervioso.

CourtneyVerk 12 years ago

Don't apologize for your english :) You're lucky to have had this encounter. Wonderful spotting!

MarcoSepulvedaLeón 12 years ago

Hi Courtney, really didn't ... it was catched in a mist nest and then suffered, I take it and gave it my heat ... and then put on my finger and fly!!! (sorry for my English :)

BlissFam 12 years ago

I'm with courtney! so amazing!

CourtneyVerk 12 years ago

How did you get it to land on your finger?

Ovalle, IV Región de Coquimbo, Chile

Spotted on Jul 10, 2012
Submitted on Jul 10, 2012

Spotted for Mission

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