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magic hummingbird card 2 - daniel
13 Jan 2007
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A hummingbird nest in my backyard
15 Feb 2007
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This video features clips of ruby-throated hummingbirds hovering, eating, fighting, and even resting. You'll also see the hummingbird's tongue, close up shots of his head and body and the hummingbird's wing rotate in a figure eight pattern. What an incredible bird
5 Mar 2007
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This was taken in Neuberg, Germany in Aug 2006. Every evening, hummingbird moths would come to feed on the verbena.
11 Mar 2007
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Taking food from a bird feeder designed from hummingbirds
18 Mar 2007
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We get lots of hummingbirds at our feeders. At times they eat more than 1-1/2 gallons of nectar per day. It is very easy to get them to land on your fingers.
18 Mar 2007
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*******www.crittercollection**** Brings you a fanciful flight with a lively hummingbird exploring the glories of nature.
25 Mar 2007
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cool shots of hummingbirds
4 Aug 2007
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why hummingbirds don't share with humans
13 Aug 2007
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We scientists who are stationed at the University of California, Berkeley have managed to come out with an analysis that the chirp made by male Anna's hummingbirds are down using its tails when they swoop down towards a female hummingbirds.. Amazing stuff too..
16 Jul 2010
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Dave shows you how to attract hummingbirds and butterflies to your garden.
13 Sep 2008
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Mayan legend says that the hummingbird is actually the sun in disguise, and he is trying to court a beautiful woman, who is the moon. "Lift us up to the Heaven of Holiness, Oh Source of our being!"
30 Mar 2009
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The Calliope Hummingbird prefers high mountains, and has been seen as high as 11,000 feet. It builds its nests over creeks or over roads next to streams or lakes, usually repairing the previous year's nest or constructing a new one atop the old. This bird usually forages within five feet of the ground.
8 Apr 2009
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