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The Red-legged Honeycreeper is a small songbird species in the tanager family. It is found in the tropical New World from southern Mexico south to Peru, Bolivia and central Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago, and on Cuba, where possibly introduced. The male is violet-blue with black wings, tail and back, and bright red legs. The crown of its head is turquoise, and the under-wing, visible only in flight, is lemon yellow. After the breeding season, the male molts into an eclipse plumage, mainly greenish with black wings. Females and the young are mainly green, with paler, faintly streaked underparts. The legs are red-brown in the female, and brown in young birds. The call of red-legged honeycreeper is a thin, high-pitched tsip. Several subspecies are known. Differences are generally slight. This is a species of forest edge, open woodland, and cocoa and citrus plantations. The Red-legged Honeycreeper is often found in small groups. It feeds on insects and some fruit and nectar. It responds readily to the (easily imitated) call of the ferruginous pygmy owl. The female Red-legged Honeycreeper builds a small cup nest in a tree, and incubates the clutch of two brown-blotched white eggs for 12–13 days, with a further 14 days to fledging.

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Amen. Have a beautiful Sunday!


Our Creator is truly wise and awe-inspiring! "How many your works are, O Jehovah (God)! All of them in wisdom you have made. The earth is full of your productions." (Psalms 104:24)


How I love the bird close-ups! I can see the details, and know how truly wonderful their creation is.




That's one really pretty bird! Love it!


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Another beauty!



Charming small exotic bird. It seems sort of hooked at the camera! Marina.

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