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2 Species ID Suggestions

CornHolio 11 years ago

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Dilek Cifci
Dilek Cifci 10 years ago

Very beautiful shot!

Liam 11 years ago

I agree with Allen's Hummingbird. Ruby-throated is not found on the Baja peninsula. I see Ruby-throats every year and have yet to see one with that throat color and pattern.

alicelongmartin 11 years ago

Wonderful catch with your camera!

CornHolio 11 years ago

@ avesjohn: I disagree. Your link states Rufous Hummingbird is very similar, then provides a link which is the same link I have provided. If you scroll down, you will see a photo of a juvenile Ruby-throated Hummingbird next to the Migration paragraph. The photo is very similar to Lima's bird, flakes around the throat, green on the back and forming of a dark triangle around the eye.

avesjohn 11 years ago

This is an Allen's Hummingbird: note the bright rufous on the sides, and the Pacific coast breeding range.

Sachin Zaveri
Sachin Zaveri 11 years ago


Ava T-B
Ava T-B 11 years ago

This could be a female Anna's Hummingbird.

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Sonora, Mexico

Spotted on Aug 6, 2009
Submitted on Dec 9, 2011

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