Ecuador 2022 - Hummingbirds
This trip was mainly about humminbirds, and they showed themselves in great numbers and dazzling variety. Each lot had their own H-birds and we found them relatively easy to photograph, not shy (though very territorial) and practically insatiable at the feeders. Naming the birds was a bit of a challenge, but with the help of Ralph and some good guidebooks, we think we've got it (almost) right, so we split them out according to species below.

Of some species we have multiple pics, of others just one. There are obviously limits to what can be done in 3 weeks.
Andean Emerald Andean Hillstar Black-tailed Trainbearer Booted Racket-tail Brown Inca Buff-tailed Coronet Chestnut-breasted Coronet
Collared Inca Empress Brilliant Fawn-breasted Brilliant Fork-tailed Woodnymph Giant Hummingbird Gorgeted Sunangel Purple-bibbed White-tip
Rufous-tailed Hummingbird Shining Sunbeam Sparkling Violetear Speckled Hummingbird Sword-billed Hummingbird Tourmaline Sunangel Tyrian Metaltail
Velvet-purple Coronet Violet-tailed Sylph White-bellied Woodstar Unknown Multiple H'birds Never be shy A refill