Sunbirds are small nectar-feeding birds that have long, downward curving beaks. They are distantly related to the hummingbirds of America and the Honeyeaters of Australia. The species that routinely visit the farmhouse are purple sunbirds, purple-rumped sunbirds and Loten’s sunbirds.
On a visit to Goa in May 2018, Vigor’s sunbirds, a species that are not so commonly seen as compared to the ones mentioned above, were here in unusually large numbers. (Follow this link for the blog: https://driandsouza.in/of-birds-butterflies-and-other-beauties/)
This is a gallery of Vigor’s sunbird images that were taken during that trip. You may need to be patient as the images do take some time to load.
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