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We are excited to announce that we just released a brand new Hummingbird book titled "Hummingbirds 101". For a limited amount of time, you can Download a FREE COPY here. Main Topics Include: - Feeding Hummingbirds - Hummingbird Food - Hummingbird Feeders - Attracting Hummingbirds - Hummingbird Facts - History of Hummingbirds - Hummingbird Habitats - Hummingbird Migration - Hummingbird Behaviors - Dangers to Hummingbirds - Hummingbird Nests - Hummingbird Sounds - Species of...
Not only are the hummingbirds incredibly cute and attractive with their hums, mid-air hover, and their brilliant iridescent plumage, but these little creatures possess some amazing abilities as well. For instance, they can fly up, down, backwards and sideways; have the fastest wingbeats (12-90 times a second, depending on the species); are known to be among some of the...
The America's is the only natural habitat of the hummingbird. They can be found as far south as Chile and as far north as Alaska, but South America is the home of the majority of hummingbirds. Most hummingbirds thrive in forested and wooded areas where there are plenty of flowers, as well as grasslands and meadows. However, there...
From time immemorial birds have fascinated human beings. The fact that they are capable of flight has left generations across the globe awestruck. And there is nothing more spectacular than the opportunity to observe hummingbird flight patterns. Depending on its size it can beat its wings between eight to 200 times a second. Hummingbird flight patterns fascinate ornithologists, scientists and...
Known largely for their diminutive size and their ultra-rapid wing movements, hummingbirds can be surprisingly aggressive. In addition to being territorial, these birds are known to take quick and decisive action whenever they feel threatened or whenever the feel as though their territory is being challenged. Moreover, despite their incredibly small size, they have a number of highly effective...
Did you know that the hummingbird flaps its wings about 80 times per second? And that it can fly in all directions including backward and upside down? The flying jewel actually derives its name from the humming noise produced by the flapping. The beauty and aerobatics of the hummingbird are some of the reasons homeowners just can't get enough...
Like some other species of birds, such as Northern Mockingbirds, Catbirds, Cardinals or Orioles, Hummingbirds normally do not fancy birdhouses for shelter and they will almost never use any kind of man-made structure for nesting. There are some exceptions to this. For instance, Blue-throated hummingbirds are known to build their nests on electric wires, on the inside of porch...
Feeding hummingbirds can be a very fun, enjoyable experience at home. The different breeds are beautiful birds, and they usually only stop by during certain times of the year. In order to see them frequently, it helps to add a hummingbird feeder with nectar to the yard. What exactly do hummingbirds eat though? Can it be made at home? Below is...
Hummingbird Nest Facts – everything you need to know about the hummingbird nesting. Facts, images, videos & how to find them information is included in this article. Hummingbird nests are tiny architectural gems. Like so many other birds, the hummingbirds, too, show great resourcefulness when it comes to building a safe shelter for their young. Now, tiny as these birds...
Baby Hummingbird Facts - everything you need to know about the baby hummingbirds. Facts, images, videos & feeding information is included in this article. Baby hummingbirds are cute, but they are not like the birds you find in a pet shop. Some tips and information can help you understand and enjoy these birds. Interested in feeding hummingbirds? Check out our listing...
Hummingbird Moth Facts - everything you need to know about the hummingbird moth species. Facts, images, videos & species information is included in this article. Quite a few backyard birders are wildly enthusiastic about hummingbirds---the tiniest birds in the world, but what about the hummingbird moths? It will be interesting to hear from the hummingbird lovers if they ever saw...