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  • Dale West

    The Saw-billed Hermit (Ramphodon naevius) is a hummingbird from southeastern Brazil, the only member of the genus Ramphodon. It is around 14–16 cm long and is one of the heaviest of the hermits; its straight bill has a hooked tip. It lives in humid forests, where it aggressively defends feeding routes ("trap-lines") from individuals of its own species as well as other hummingbirds

  • Ben Rollason
    Ben Rollason • 2 years ago

    Here in Michigan we only get the Ruby Throated. They started at our feeder at the end of May - love to watch them, they are the ultimate fliers.

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