Green Honeycreeper
Chlorophanes spiza

f4.5 @ 1/400s, ISO:1250, Nikon D3S w 500mm

"Green Honeycreeper," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is a forest canopy species. The female green honeycreeper builds a small cup nest in a tree, and incubates the clutch of two brown-blotched white eggs for 13 days. It is less heavily dependent on nectar than the other honeycreepers, fruit and seeds being its main food (60%), with nectar (20%) and insects (15%) as less important components of its diet.
Dagua, Colombia