Rufous-Tailed Hummingbirds (Amazilia tzacatl) built their nest adorned with lichins in a MORACEAE Ficus sp. tree. These photos were taken by my friend in backyard of her house in San José. The female alone tended the nest and would scold her royally while trying to photograph her babies.
Two years later, the pair of young hummingbirds still visit her feeder. They come together, loudly, as if bickering and then dart away as they did on the day they made their first flight.
Photos by Kathryn Kostka de Tanzi