Hummingbird Messenger

Уральской детоубийце грозит

Уральской детоубийце грозит

The Colibrí Mensajero project came up in 2012 when I was studying the third semester of the degree in Communication, initially I used Google's Blogger platform but as the audience and communication grew visual site, in December 2014, I decided to move it to WordPress.

The name Colibrí Messenger came from my liking for hummingbirds and a Mayan legend:

Since they no longer had mud or corn to make another animal, took a jade stone and with it carved a very small arrow. When it was ready, they blew on it and the little arrow flew away. It was no longer a simple arrow, now had life, the gods had created al ts'unu'um (hummingbird).

This is how Colibrí Messenger seeks only to "carry the thoughts of men", through daily and daily reflections, small tales, ironic and even full of experience, ideas that they come up at the least expected time.

Youth Empowerment and Leadership
Youth Empowerment and Leadership

We also occasionally recount events that we find interesting, invite people to do activities and write about topics of general interest about the culture in which we live. Colibrí Mensajero is written by Leticia Mandujano Reyes, born on January 12, 1993, graduated in Communication from the Universidad Panamericana (Mexico City) and a student of the Master in Communication and Digital Culture at the Autonomous University of Querétaro.

International Colibrí Festival 2014 | San Miguel de Allende | Attention San Miguel
It beats its wings up to 200 times per second and is the only bird that can fly backwards and can remain suspended in the air. Photography by Tomás Fernández An initiative of Jim, the second International Festival of the Hummingbird will take place.