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  • Carol Minnick

    Ruby Topaz Humming Bird - New Zealand by David G Hemmings

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    Ruby Topaz hummingbird - New Zealand by David G. Hemmings via Nature's Photo Adventures

  • Sonya Sconyers

    Ruby Topaz Hummingbird (Chrysolampis mosquitus) - Photo by David G. Hemmings -- a small bird that breeds in the Lesser Antilles and tropical northern South America from Colombia, Venezuela and the Guyanas, south to central Brazil and northern Bolivia; . The food of this species is nectar, taken from a wide variety of flowers, and some small insects. Ruby-topaz Hummingbird males perch conspicuously and defend their territories aggressively. The call of this species is a high-pitched tsip.

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