While visiting Asa Wright Nature Centre, Trinidad and Tobago, the visitors were interrupted by a huge downpour. But that didn’t phase the local hummingbirds who took advantage of the heavy rains to get clean and have a shower.
“We were watching these hummingbirds in Trinidad when all of a sudden, strong rain began,” the videographer writes. “We found shelter and then noticed the White-necked Jacobins were sitting out on an exposed branch obviously enjoying the rain shower.”
Watch as the Jacobins spread out their tail feathers to make sure they get cleaned too.