An unlikely event at the feeder.
Sharing a spot in the wild is mandatory when living in the jungle. Whether big or small, fast or slow ... they all have to adjust to this system. Otherwise the animals can also try to avoid each other.
Flycatchers and tanagers are one of those animals who understood this rule very well. They are not really friends from each other but do tolerate each other presence at the feeder.
But with hummingbirds it is a different story. Hummingbirds are one of the most aggressive territorial birds I've seen so far. They seldom tolerate other hummer species in the neighborhood, especially when there is so much to devour. I've seen on many occasions that they spend most of the time chasing each other away instead of drinking the nectar or sugar water.
A couple of weeks ago however I encountered a unique moment: a male Fork-tailed Woodnymph was sharing the sugar water with a female Sapphire. At first I thought it was the female Fork-tailed Woodnymph, but she wasn't. I guess that the males somehow do have some gentleman manners after all.
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