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  • Karine Wiza

    A Violet-Ear Humming Bird. Photographed by ysaleth, found on Flickr. Just an amazing looking #wild animals

  • Cheryl Leeseberg

    Sparkling Violetear hummingbird. #bird #animals #nature #photography

  • Linda Azevedo

    I think I have figured out why this bird is called a violet-ear - Di ysaleth I've been in the hummingbird aviary at the zoo a lot. I've seen this bird pretty much every time. Today was the first time I saw it do this. Another bird was getting a drink or something above it and it got mad. These ear-flaps suddenly flipped up and it chittered up a storm.

  • Mexicanitica

    A rare photo of a Violet Eared Hummingbird. Another bird was getting a drink above it and it got mad... these ears flipped up and it chittered up a storm.

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