The gorgeousness of the hummingbird’s throat is undeniable when seen in good lighting. It boasts every color of the rainbow on its throat and breast, making it unique among other hummingbirds. However, in poor lighting conditions, it could be confused with the Talamanca Hummingbird or other similar large hummingbirds. To distinguish it, observe its dark blue-black tail, medium-length bill with pink at the base, or blue rump, or simply wait for it to turn its head. Interestingly, both male and female hummingbirds have similar appearances. You can spot this beauty in montane forests and edges, typically ranging from 1500m to treeline. If you’re lucky, you may even catch it visiting your feeders.