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Photo showcase: Six great reader images of albino and partial albino birds - BirdWatching

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Green-breasted Mango by Kristi Graham

Green-breasted Mango The green-breasted mango is a hummingbird from tropical America. The scientific name of this bird commemorates the French naturalist Florent Prévost.

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Male Rufous Hummingbird Greeting Card for Sale by Tom and Pat Leeson

Beauty Joy Messenger Stopper of time Permanence  Who doesn't like eternal life? Seeing a hummingbird won't mean giving you eternal life, but it is considered as a sign of permanence. The hummingbird symbolizes an optimistic approach to life, it reflects on the gentleness of the individual. Besides, it also stands for devotion and spiritual awareness of the individual.

The hummingbird symbolizes an optimistic approach to life, it reflects on the gentleness of the individual. Besides, it also stands for devotion and spiritual awareness of the individual.

Blue-Throated Starfrontlet Hummingbird

Blue-throated Starfrontlet (Coeligena helianthea) is a species of hummingbird in the Trochilidae family. It is found in Colombia and Venezuela.

hummingbird in my kitchen window Photo by Nina Kaloostian -- National Geographic Your Shot

"Birds-eye View" or "Peek-a-Boo, I See You, Hummingbird!" Photo by Nina Kaloostian - Nat'l Geographic

The green thorntail (Discosura conversii) is a small hummingbird that is a resident breeder from Costa Rica to western Ecuador. It occurs at middle elevations from 700–1400 m but may descend lower early in the wet season. In Costa Rica and Panama it is confined to the Caribbean slopes.

Black-bellied Hummingbird (Eupherusa nigriventris) is a species of hummingbird in the Trochilidae family. It is found in moist forest and edge at middle elevations on the Caribbean slope in Costa Rica and Panama

Hummingbirds are often territorial, and this photo of one Anna's hummingbird literally grasping another's beak to get rid of it demonstrates just how much. Photo by V. Miller via Birdwatching Daily

Hummingbirds are often territorial, and this photo of one Anna's hummingbird literally grasping another's beak to get rid of it demonstrates just how much. Miller via Birdwatching Daily.What the hay! I think he may have little bird syndrome.

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