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A male Purple-banded Sunbird just about to take off after finishing his nectar meal.In most Sunbirds (Nectariniidae), the males are very colourful and often have a shiny glow to their plumage especially when breeding. In stark contrast, the females are usually just a dull brown. There are only a few exceptions, like the Collared Sunbird, where the female also has brilliantly-coloured plumage.#purplebandedsunbird#sunbird#sunbirds#nectariniidae#birds#aves#avifauna#birdlife#ornithology#africanornithologist#birding#birdwatching#birdersofig#birdersofinstagram#birdsofinstagram#birdsofig#instabirds#igbirds#your_best_birds#bestbirdsofinstagram#instagrambirders#instagood#birdphotography#aviphotography#birdlifephotography#avianphotography#naturephotography#wildlifephotography#birdingsafari#birdingspecialist

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"Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore. "..#sunbird#birds#pollinator#purplebandedsunbird#pollinatorhero#animalfacts#wildlife#nature#biodiversity#wildlifephotography#natgeo#savetogether#photoarkVia @natgeo

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#repost@natgeo(@get_repost )・・・Image by @joelsartore| Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore...#sunbird#birds#pollinator#purplebandedsunbird#pollinatorhero#animalfacts#wildlife#nature#biodiversity#wildlifephotography#natgeo#savetogether#photoark

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via @natgeo#social#toronto#nature#natgeo#travel#socialbnaImage by @joelsartoreRising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore...#sunbird#birds#pollinator#purplebandedsunbird#pollinatorhero#animalfacts#wildlife#nature#biodiversity#wildlifephotography#natgeo#savetogether#photoark

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#repost@natgeo(@get_repost )・・・Image by @joelsartore| Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore...#sunbird#birds#pollinator#purplebandedsunbird#pollinatorhero#animalfacts#wildlife#nature#biodiversity#wildlifephotography#natgeo#savetogether#photoark

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#repost@natgeo(@get_repost )・・・Image by @joelsartore| Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore...#sunbird#birds#pollinator#purplebandedsunbird#pollinatorhero#animalfacts#wildlife#nature#biodiversity#wildlifephotography#natgeo#savetogether#photoark

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@regrannfrom @joelsartore--Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar...#sunbird#birds#pollinator#purplebandedsunbird#pollinatorhero#animalfacts#wildlife#nature#biodiversity#wildlifephotography#natgeo#savetogether#photoark- #regrann

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@regrannfrom @joelsartore--Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar...#sunbird#birds#pollinator#purplebandedsunbird#pollinatorhero#animalfacts#wildlife#nature#biodiversity#wildlifephotography#natgeo#savetogether#photoark- #regrannนก

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@regrannfrom @natgeo-Image by @joelsartore| Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore...#sunbird#birds#pollinator#purplebandedsunbird#pollinatorhero#animalfacts#wildlife#nature#biodiversity#wildlifephotography#natgeo#savetogether#photoark- #regrann

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