The spectacular Juan Fernandez Firecrown Hummingbird is critically endangered. It lives only on 37-sq. mi. Isla Robinson Crusoe, some 435 mi. west of Chile’s mainland. Watch this video to hear and see the male and female — so different in appearance that they were once thought to be two separate species — as well as their chicks. You can help to save this important island pollinator by contacting The Humminngbird Society at http://www.hummingbirdsociety.org or calling (1-800) 529-3699.
24 agosto 2009
Picaflor de Juan FernándezPosted by colibrijf under Noticias | Etiquetas: juan fernández firecrown hummingbird |