Large hummingbird with an olive-green back contrasting with its cinnamon rump and belly. Note slightly curved bill with a red lower mandible and prominent dark mask. The tail is long with eye-catching white tips. Avoids forests; found in grasslands, shrubby areas, wooded savannas, and at forest edges.
Adorable, active little bird with a minute stubby bill. Distinctive: tiny and fluffy with attractive pinkish, black, and white plumage and very long tail. Some plumage variation across range; adults in northern parts of range have white head without broad black eyebrows and whiter underparts, while those further south are darker. Juveniles (seen in summer–early autumn) have brown head sides; become like adult by winter. Often travels in groups, at times joining with flocks of other tits and small woodland birds. High-pitched, fussy calls add to restless demeanor. Inhabits wooded and forested habitats, parks, gardens, and hedges in farmland; sometimes visits bird feeders.
A very small sunbird with a short, slightly curved bill. Males are iridescent leaf green above with a red-and-black chest band and a buffy gray belly. The color of the throat varies geographically, being gray in some regions and yellow in others. Females are drab and warbler-like with an inconspicuous pale eyebrow. Found in rainforest, montane forest, and plantations, mostly in the canopy. Males are similar to Collared Sunbird, but can be separated by the gray or yellow rather than green chin, and by the red chest band. Females can be confused with Green Hylia, which is smaller with much less conspicuous pale markings on the face.
小憩中的威德尔海豹，摄于南极洲南设得兰群岛半月岛。Allan White/高品图像 Gaopinimages
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