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Coquette Hummingbird - Bird Note Cards

Coquette Hummingbird - Bird Note Cards

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Whether you're a bird enthusiast, hummingbird lover, or someone seeking a unique and thoughtful gift, this set of eight (8) folded note cards captures the intricate details of the stunning Wire-Crested Thorntail Hummingbird, also known as the Coquette Hummingbird.

Perfect for expressing your sentiments, sharing a moment of appreciation, or for gifting to a hostess or bird lover, these note cards are sure to leave a lasting impression. 

Each bird stationery set includes 8 plain white envelopes and is packaged in a Crystal Clear® box for easy gift giving.

  • Species: Discosura popelairii (Wire-Crested Thorntail Hummingbird)
  • Dimensions: 5.5 x 4.25 inches
  • Inside: Blank
  • Materials: Printed on 250gsm (64lb.) archival fine art paper with a smooth surface and matte finish
  • Thickness: 13.5 mil

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    Did you know?

    The Wire-crested Thorntail is a small hummingbird measuring about 9-10 cm (3.5-4 inches) in length. The male has a striking wire-like crest on its head, which can be raised or lowered depending on its mood. It has glossy green upperparts and a brilliant violet or bluish throat. The female lacks the wire-like crest and has a duller throat and greenish-brown plumage.

    Wire-crested Thorntails are found in the tropical rainforests of South America, specifically in the Amazon Basin, the Guianas, and parts of northeastern Brazil. They prefer the understory and edges of primary and secondary forests, as well as gardens and plantations with dense vegetation.

    These hummingbirds have a specialized feeding technique. Rather than hovering in front of flowers, they perch and extend their long, curved bills into the blossoms to access nectar. They are known to feed on a variety of flowering plants, including those with tubular flowers.

     

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