Common in family groups year-round at this location, coming out to feed especially at dawn and dusk on Euterpe edulis and Syagrus romanzoffiana palm fruits.
Remained perched in same location about 10m above bank of stocked fish pond for months on end especially during austral winter.
Commonly seen in pairs or mixed flocks with Ramphastos vitellinus ariel, here feeding on fruit of Euterpe edulis which ripens March-July in this location.
Males display noisily just inside forest edge throughout austral spring at this location, and respond to playback at other times.
Very territorial visitor to feeder at this location, chasing off and attacking all other hummingbirds. Commonly seen in forest especially near stream.
Got agitated along with another male as I played back its alarm call on our forest trail. The white rump feathers are only visible during display.
This tiny flycatcher hops around on low branches at the forest edge. Very responsive to playing back of its call.
Came to perch near banana feeder. Seen commonly singly or in pairs in this location, perched for long periods in the canopy.
Orphan rescued after apparently being dropped by a hawk. Flew off after being fattened up with moths and a bit of steak.
Fairly common in this location, flying in bands of 10-15, occasionally coming to banana feeder.
Male. Seen year-round especially at forest edge and riverbanks in this location.