The Spatuletail is one of its kind, known for its tails that resembles rackets. Only the male displays the racket-like tails, and he can move them individually (as with you!). They are used to attract mates in courtship dances.
They are found in a small part of Andes in northern Peru and are listed as Endangered due to habitat destruction. They are, in fact, so rare that the Peruvian government has established a reserve and planted native trees and bushes for the Spatuletail to thrive.
This hummingbird is portrayed in its actual colour, with triple fired with real gold luster beak and glazed eyes. Wired tail can be adjusted. Hardware and simple instructions for mounting are included.
6"L (3.25" without the tail) x 7" W (4" without the tail) x 4"D (Length of branch)
Luster Care: To brighten/ shine the gold beak, use a clean, soft cloth as recommended with polishing fine jewelry, and rub lightly for a more polished look.