Booted Racket-tail Hummingbird

I must admit that prior to doing some research for future blog post, I myself had never before heard of the Booted Racket-tail Hummingbird. Since that is true of me, maybe the same can be said for you, my readers, as well. Unfortunately, even after doing research on the Booted Racket-tail Hummingbird, very little seems to be known about this particular species. Here is what little information I did discover about this species of hummingbird.

The Booted Racket-tail Hummingbird can be found in the rainforests of Peru.

The tail of the Booted Racket-tail hummingbird is a feature that helps makes this hummingbird species easier to identify then many others. This is because the tail of this hummingbird is split into what can be compared to two tennis rackets with elongate handles and small heads.

Unfortunately, this is all the information I could find on this particular species of hummingbird. Hope you enjoyed discovering a small bit about this unusually named species of hummingbird.

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