Unmistakable. This amazing hummingbird presents the longest bird's beak in the world in relation to the total length of its body. It is located in areas between 2,500–3,500 m. It occurs in forests and montane borders, where it uses its beak to feed on tubular and long flowers like the one in the photo.
|Photo Location:||Papallacta, Ecuador|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 7D Mark II|
|Copyright:||© nicolas reusens|