Today’s new Birdorable species is a tiny type of hummingbird found in northeastern parts of South America. Look at the crazy plumage of the Tufted Coquette! There are 11 species of coquette in the genus Lophornis. All of these tiny hummingbirds... Read more »
About the Tufted Coquette
Typical of hummingbirds, the Tufted Coquette feeds on nectar with the occasional insect taken as prey. Tufted Coquettes are found in near forest habitat as well as developed and open areas, like plantations. These hummingbirds are among the smallest in the family, with relatively small proportions, like a shorter bill.
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