Female of species
Ante la temporada de secas en la península de Yucatán el equipo Yucatán Jay ha adecuado bebederos con agua y con jarabe de azúcar para la fauna silvestre.
March 15, 2016. 10:30 AM central time in South Texas. The weather was sunny, 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The neighborhood is located on a gold course where there are no fencing and a pond is present. South Texas does not have severe winter so many flowers from the garden blossomed in March. The hummingbird was foraging around a bush where flowers of unknown species was blossoming. The red throat was notable and the body was green with a hint of brown. The beak was slim and long. It was beating its wings very fast as it stationed itself in front of a flower and then proceeded to the next. Due to the red coloration of the throat, it can be identified as a female. It was alone and foraged for about 5 minutes as it flew off elsewhere.
The green backed with red coloration under the beak tiny hummingbird was swiftly flying and foraging between a bush's red flowers for nectar. Conditions were sunny and in the 80s and bird flew off eastward upon approach.