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  • Erin Jackson

    Red-billed Streamertail hummingbird -- the National Bird of Jamaica. I used to see them in my backyard when I lived there. So beautiful, tiny and delightful -- for a few fleeting moments. They come and go so quickly.

  • Geri Hassel

    Tail feathers ;)

  • Frieda Simolke

    Red-billed Streamertail hummingbird (Jamaica) national bird of Jamaica and called the Dr bird.......after the tailed dress coats that drs wore in the 1800s.

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