Charming Hummingbird

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Charming Hummingbird

The Charming Hummingbird (Amazilia decora) inhabits in Costa Rica and Panama. It is also called Beryl-crowned Hummingbird. It is found in open woodland, coffee plantations, second growth, gardens with scattered trees, and in forested areas along streams, riverbanks, and in clearings. Adults are 9 cm (3 inches) in height and 4.5 g in weigh.

Its crown is glittering blue-green. Upperparts, central retrices, lower breast and sides are bronzy-green. Upper tail-coverts purplish, chin dark green, and lateral retrices blue-black. Belly buffy-gray, feet dusky, and bill black. Visits flowers, shrubs, epiphytes and trees.

Common Name: Charming Hummingbird
Scientific Name: Amazilia decora
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