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May 19 2011 Mexico Newsletter

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Conspicuous Violet-Crowned Hummingbirds
Where I live in Mexico, there are many species of hummingbirds. However, there is only one that I can consistently instantly recognize, the violet-crowned hummingbird. With snow white undersides, red bills with black tips, bluish-violet crowns, and bronze tails, they are a pleasure to behold.

Answer from last week's question:

Approximately 65 species of hummingbirds occur in Mexico.

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