This is a touching YouTube video showing a man and his semi-tame hummingbird. The YouTube notes give this information:
João Silvestrini lives in barretos, Brazil. Has two hummingbird mother and child visiting your home. This video is 01/10/2014. João on message reports that this is the puppy, and makes one months that Mom hummingbird presented the child to Mr. João
Although we can’t see the bird very well, perhaps one of our readers with tropical experience can identify it.
A translation of what João says from the YouTube comments:
Let’s film you here.
Let’s talk here real close, look.
You seeing (it)?
And, eh, come here, here now.
Come drink a little bit, eh?
Like that, look here, come here.
Come here, there (closer to ‘like that’), there. Look.
Let’s go to the camera again?
It’s filming, it’s filming.
Like that, sit on my finger, there there. You see? Like that.
Look there, without embarrassment he stays here the whole day calling me. He goes and (not sure about ‘rodea’, means turns but might be slang I’m not familiar with), it’s already been half an hour that I let him call me.
This is the little son. His mom introduced me to him here, and left him here in my window, on the porch (not really a porch, just kinda a small landing outside), and he’s accustomed to this. All the time he comes to call me here. All the time.
Eh? Yeah, like that. There, sit on my finger.
Come here! Come a little bit more, come here, sit here. Come, come.
There, a little bit more. Take advantage of the video here. See?
There. Like that. Drink there, very close to the camera there.
Don’t want any more, don’t want it? I’m gonna put it away. There, it’s put away. I leave it closed here, and he keeps (‘me rodeando’ again, literally translates to ‘turning me’) and calling and calling, so I get him/it (could be either here, no actual pronoun so vague), come here, and attend to him.