Broad-billed Hummingbird - Cynanthus latirostris

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Broad-billeds are a medium sized hummingbird, they have a forked tail, with a long straight bill. The male adult is easily seen with his bright blue and green coloring along with red at the base of his bill. The adult female will have some red at the base of her bill, a grayish chest area and normally has a postocular eye stripe. Photo taken at Paton's Hummingbird yard in Patagonia, Arizona on September 11, 2010.