I tried to mostly stay away from the feeders though, going for more natural backgrounds (and flight shots). Green Violet-ears were abundant.
Any bush with flowers to attract hummingbirds would usually have a Slaty Flowerpiercer or two as well. The females would defend some of their favored bushes from males. Only the males are slaty.
I think this Stripe-tailed Hummingbird is nectaring from holes that the flowerpiercer left.
The other common hummer at Savegre (aside from Magnificent) was Scintillant Hummingbird
This tiny Selasphorus's rufous tail helps separate it from the somewhat less common Volcano Hummingbird