After the golden-browed chlorophonias and other wildlife in the morning of 18 March in Costa Rica, now a blog post mainly about hummingbirds again. Like this male green-crowned brilliant, with its tongue sticking out.
A monarch butterfly.
2pm. The feeders were temporarily replaced by flowers. A bit unusual for the hummingbirds; still, they kept coming. Like this male green-crowned brilliant.
And this violet sabrewing male.
And this green hermit female.
Here, a female purple-throated mountain-gem waits on a stem, while a male green-crowned brilliant hovers.
Some twenty minutes later: a white-nosed coati on the other side of the stream.
Ten minutes later: a green spiny lizard.
We went away, higher up the mountains.
Plants for attracting North American hummingbirds: here.