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Anna's Hummingbird (female)

Calypte anna


Wondering what species of hummingbird is on the right - I know the one on the left is an Anna's, but the one on the right doesn't look quite like a juvenile Anna's, its bill looks too long and curved compared to the Anna's on the left.

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Liam 8 years ago
Anna's Hummingbird (female)
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luvnature 8 years ago

It is a male and female (both adults) Anna's Hummingbird. See here:

apeachg 8 years ago

I couldn't tell, I thought it might look a bit like a juvenile black-chinned.

Liam 8 years ago

Too drab for Selasphorus sp., too large for Costa's.

Looks like you have to Anna's on a date.

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San Diego, California, USA

Spotted on Aug 9, 2013
Submitted on Aug 9, 2013

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