Hummingbird Species: S - Z


Hummingbirds found in the USA (by U.S. State) ... Canada ... Mexico ... Puerto RicoPuerto Rico ... Jamaica ... Honduras

Tufted Coquette ( Lophornis ornatus)

Violet-bellied Hummingbird (Damophila julie) - also known as Julie's Hummingbird Species:

A - E ... F - R ... S - Z (below)

Species: S - Z

Sabrewings (genus: Campylopterus) - Ranges: Relatively large hummingbirds that mostly occur naturally in Central and South America (some in Mexico)

Salvin's Emerald, (Chlorostilbon mellisugus / canivetii salvini)

Sapphire-throated (Lepidopyga coeruleogularis

Scaly-breasted (Phaeochroa cuvierii)

Scintillant (Selasphorus scintilla)

Sheartails (Typical)

Shining-Green (Lepidopyga goudoti) - also known as Goudot's Hummingbird or Luminous Hummingbird

Shining Sunbeam (Aglaeactis cupripennis)

Snowcap (Microchera albocoronata)

Snowy-breasted or Snowy-bellied Hummingbird (Amazilia edward)

Sombre (Aphantochroa cirrochloris, syn. Campylopterus cirrochloris)

Sparkling-tailed Woodstar (Tilmatura dupontii), also known as the Sparkling-Tailed Hummingbird

Sparkling Violetear (Colibri coruscans)

Speckled (Adelomyia melanogenys)

Steely-vented (Amazilia saucerrottei)

Sunangels (genus: Heliangelus) - Range: South America

Streamertails (genus: Trochilus) - Range: Jamaica

Sword-billed (Ensifera ensifera)

Sylph (Genus: Aglaiocercus)

Tooth-billed (Androdon aequatorialis)


Sword-billed Hummingbird (Ensifera ensifera)

Tufted Coquettes (Lophornis ornatus)

Tumbes (Leucippus baeri)

Tyrian Metaltail (Metallura tyrianthina)

Volcano (Selasphorus flammula)

White-eared (Hylocharis leucotis)

White-tailed (Eupherusa poliocerca)

White-tailed Hillstar (Urochroa bougueri)

White-throated Mountain-gem (Lampornis castaneoventris)

Wire-crested Thorntails (Discosura popelairii)

Woodnymphs (Thalurania)

Velvet-purple Coronet (Boissonneaua jardini)

Vervain (Mellisuga minima)

Violet-bellied (Damophila julie)

Violet-crowned (Amazilia violiceps)

Violet-fronted Brilliant (Heliodoxa leadbeateri)

Violet-headed (Klais guimeti)

Viridian Metaltail (Metallura williami)

Volcano (Selasphorus flammula)

White-chinned Sapphire (Hylocharis cyanus)

White-crested Coquette (Lophornis adorabilis)

White-vented Plumeleteers (Chalybura buffonii)

White-vented Violetear (Colibri serrirostris)

Woodstars - Ranges: Mostly South America, but also one Central American species and one from the Bahamas

Xantus' (Hylocharis xantusii)


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