Bahama Woodstar, a.k.a. God Bird or Hummer (Calliphlox evelynae)
Length: 7.8–10.16cm (3.0–4ins) Weight: 2.5–3.3g. Description: A small hummingbird with short, somewhat decurved black bill, post-ocular white spot; green upperparts with sporadic gold weaves, white chest, and rufous/olive-buff abdomen; male (♂): iridescent reddish-blue throat and a forked tail; female (♀): white throats and rounded tails; the immature bird has a white throat. Habitat: littoral forest, gardens, parks, clearings, scrub, forest edges, and pine forest. Range: Bahamas, and Turks and Caicos Islands Note: The Bahama Woodstar is a member of the "bees" clade. It shows up in Florida as a vagrant. A subspecies of the Bahama Woodstar, the Inagua woodstar (Calliphlox lyrur) is found on the island of Inagua, The Bahamas.