As I watched a brightly-colored bird landed on an uppermost branch of the Buddleja salviifolia on the forest edge.
Greater double-collared Sunbird
The Double-collared Sunbird is a common endemic, generally sedentary with local attitudinal movements. As its habitat, it favors forest margins (we have a forest!) tall shrublands, parks and gardens. Its food is nectar, insects and spiders. Its call is a scratchy jumble of warbling notes.
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