Coppery-headed Emeralds 07634
Male and a female Coppery-headed Emerald Hummingbirds in flight. Photography based archival fine art print. © Image copyright registered by the maker.
Coppery-headed Emeralds are small hummingbirds endemic to the Caribbean cloud forests of Costa Rica.
Males have a green body and a copper colored crown and rump. They form small leks or groups at mid levels of the forest where they congregate to attract females.
Females have a white throat, breast and belly. They build nests within the understory vegetation.
both sexes are 3 inches long and weigh about 1/10 of an ounce.