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Please note that this list is not exclusive and all moderation is at the ultimate discretion of HDOn Tap.'Nesto noticed RTHU numbers at Ujarrás didn't seem nearly as high as over in Guanacaste, but still we couldn't resist the opportunity to mount an expedition to band and observe Ruby-throated Hummingbirds where "they're not supposed to be." did a great job helping us capture a total of 44 RTHU--the first ever banded in the greater Orosi Valley--but an added benefit of running mist nets and being there to make observations is that we caught 12 other varieties of hummers and sighted a total of 22 trochilid species--nearly half the 50 or so hummingbirds known to occur in all of Costa Rica!It's beginning to look like Ujarrás may be Costa Rica's "hummingbird capital"--at least during months when wild plants aren't blooming and Chayote is the predominant source of energy-rich nectar.With a range that stretches from Central Mexico through northern South America--and with an apparently ability to co-exist with human development--this species is probably one of the more common of the world's hummingbirds.--with its iridescent green head and gorget--the Steely-vented Hummingbird superficially resembles its congeneric Rufous-tailed Hummingbird, but the former has a straight, black, somewhat short bill while that of the rufous-tailed is decurved and reddish..Like the rufous-tail, this species is sexually monomorphic.
This is a species that hangs out primarily in forest canopies from Central America into northern South America; it's interesting that disjunct populations occur as far away as Trinidad and Brazil., that breeds in western Canada and the northwestern U. and occasionally shows up in winter across North America.