I must admit my labelling was a bit sloppy so I hope I've got the ID's right.
These two are White-necked Jacobins
I think this was a Copper-rumped Hummingbird
I think this was a Ruby Topaz
Trinidad & Tobago is not usually regarded as a holiday destination but it's fabulous for birds especially at the Asa Wright centre.
This is not a Humming bird but a Violaceous Euphonea. Sounds as though it ought to be in an orchestra. How cool is that.
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I believe all your id's are correct. These are stunning photos. I was wanting to take a nectar feeder with me as I thought I could maybe get some better photos. Just as well I didn't as the wee hummer at my apartment would not have been impressed! Might get one for next time though. There are over 300 different species of hummer now I have seen 3 over 297 to go on my wish list! "Violaceous Euphonea" what a wonderfull name. The yellow is so bright. I have been in Barbados, Jamaica,Antigua, St Martin, Haiti, St Lucia, St Thomas and I have been to a couple of others but can't remember the name. Unfortunately I visited these islands before I was really in to birds. Now I need to put Trinidad and Tobago on my list.
Best wishes Lolly
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Hi lolly and T J just catching up on the forum, and this post is brilliant, thank's to both of you for posting ,and letting us all enjoy !!! (last hour at work and all up to date ) so filling in my time LOL
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