The rainy season is in full swing and birds are breeding like rabbits. They have to, breeding success is low here in the neo-tropics. All to frequently, nests are robbed by snakes, squirrels or opposums. Some birds start a new nest immediately after completing (or losing) the last one, up to three times per year.
This stripe-throated humming bird at least managed to bring one chick to fledgling stage. No small feat if you remember the above and also know that hummingbird males only contribute their genes to the breeding effort.