While I'm not sure any Central American set-ups can compete with the Fiery-throateds and friends at Paraiso Quetzal in Costa Rica, these didn't disappoint.
White-necked Jacobin were the most common.
Much less common was Blue-chested Hummingbird, a fairly understated species that doesn't show much of a gorget from the side or below. I've never seen this (or its sister species Charming) come in to feeders; views had been limited to birds perched fairly high.
Long-billed Hermits were more common
I probably would have taken more pics of these if not for the next bird which was a lifer.
We saw a female Violet-bellied Hummingbird in the morning, but this was my first exposure to the males.
One last look at the male