The Green-crowned Woodnymph (Thalurania fannyi) is a South American hummingbird that lives in humid forests and tall secondary growth.
These little guys feed on nectar taken from a variety of brightly colored, scented small flowers of trees, herbs, and shrubs. Like many hummingbirds, they favor flowers with the highest sugar content (often red-colored and tubular-shaped) and seek out, and aggressively protect, those areas containing flowers with high energy nectar.
This great capture was by @marcellogalleano on Instagram; his work is highly recoomended so check him out!
Originally posted 2021-11-23 14:29:27.
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