Hummingbirds were probably my favorite thing to photograph in Costa Rica. Savegre had a few feeders, but there was also a bottlebrush plant in full bloom close to the main lodge that I spent a decent amount of time standing next to.
Green Violet-ears remained common.
This is White-throated Mountain-gem.
The female Mountain-gems had very Lucifer-like bright buffy-colored underparts.
There were two small Selasphorus species. Scintillant (here with Magnificent) is the 2nd (or 3rd?) smallest hummingbird in existance according to Steven.
The very similar (though slightly larger) Volcano Hummingbird had much less.
Savegre certainly had the nicest weather while we were there. Here all weather is dependent on the wind, in CR it is all dependent on which side of the mountain you're on and the elevation. The central part of the country is shielded from moisture by the mountain ranges on the Caribbean and Pacific slope so these areas are generally clear. The higher you go, obviously the cooler it is. At Savegre it was mid 70's or low 80's during the day and 40's at night. Our next stop was the Caribbean lowlands. Being on the ocean side made for max humidity, the lowlands meant max temperature too.