After a nearly rain-free day at Rio Silanche our next day visited a reserve at Milpe. It was raining. That didn't slow down the hummingbirds though. They teed up nicely for some fun portraits despite pretty borderline lighting.
This is female Green Thorntail
And male (Green) Crowned Wood-nymph. The Central American form has a purple crown.
Most emeralds are entirely green. Not so with Andean Emerald.
This Purple-bibbed Whitetip is one of my favorite photos of the trip.
After a while we started seeing how many different species we could see on the feeders at once.
This one has 4 species.
This is 4 species again
And 5 species...