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White-tailed Sabrewing, Campylopterus ensipennis, is a large hummingbird that breeds...

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Caption: White-tailed Sabrewing, Campylopterus ensipennis, is a large hummingbird that breeds in northeastern Venezuela and Tobago. It was thought to have become extinct in Tobago after Hurricane Flora in 1963, but the population has now largely recovered. The species is not found in Trinidad. It is the largest species of hummingbird in Trinidad and Tobago. Cuffie River Nature Retreat and Eco-Lodge and Reserve, Moriah, Tobago, Caribbean; SabrewingWt4916zvse.tif
Location: Cuffie River Nature Retreat and Eco-Lodge
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