Saturday, July 12, 2008

In Search of a Name - Any Ideas?



This Purple-throated Woodstar is one of the world's smallest hummingbirds. Only the Bumblebee hummer, once thought to be found only in Cuba and now sighted in Belize, is smaller. I photographed this little gem last April in Ecuador's Tandayapa Valley.


I need your help. I will soon be uploading this photograph, along with several others, to my eGallery - www.WeldonLee.com  However, before doing so, it needs a name. Click on COMMENTS and leave your suggestions. Thanks!


2 comments:

Tabatha said...

Jewels

Great shot

Weldon Lee said...

Thanks Tabby. I like the name Jewels. I hope that you can make it to my High Country Wildlife photo adventure next month.