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COLLARED INCA HUMMINGBIRD | No. 1

COLLARED INCA HUMMINGBIRD | No. 1

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COLLARED INCA HUMMINGBIRD: QUICK FACTS

- Distinguished by its striking black and white plumage, with a distinctive white band, or "collar," across its throat and chest, setting it apart from other hummingbirds.
- Native to the cloud forests and mountainous regions of the Andes in South America, from Venezuela to Bolivia, preferring elevations between 1,500 and 3,000 meters.
- Its diet is primarily composed of nectar from a variety of high-altitude flowers, with a preference for those in the shade or understory, supplementing with small insects and spiders for protein.
- The Collared Inca hummingbird exhibits incredible agility in flight, capable of hovering and even flying backwards, allowing it to access nectar from deep within flowers.
- Known for their territorial nature, males aggressively defend feeding territories from rivals, engaging in aerial displays and chases.

ARTWORK:

- 16 x 20” 

- CUSTOM FRAMING, CRATING AND SHIPPING WORLDWIDE IS COMPLIMENTARY

-100% COTTON PAPER 

- PRICE INCLUDES CUSTOM WOOD FRAMING 

- SHIPPED OUT OF CHARLESTON, SC

- EACH ARTWORK IS ONE OF A KIND AND NEVER TO BE DUPLICATED

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