Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Anna's Hummingbird

Anna's Hummingbird on sonoma county wire
Anna's Hummingbird is 3.9 to 4.3 inches long. It has a bronze-green back, a pale grey chest and belly, and green flanks. Its bill is long, straight and slender. The adult male has an iridescent crimson-red crown and throat, and a dark, slightly forked tail. Anna's is the only North American hummingbird species with a red crown. Females and juveniles have a green crown, a grey throat with some red markings, a grey chest and belly, and a dark, rounded tail with white tips on the outer feathers.

Anna's Hummingbird on sonoma county wire
This video was filmed at the mouth of the Russian River at Goat Rock State Park in Sonoma County.

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