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What do hummingbirds eat?

Hummingbirds feed on the nectar of flowers, small insects and other invertebrates, and tree sap. They will also drink sugar water from artificial feeders. I'm pretty sure humm (MORE)
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Why are hummingbirds called Hummingbirds?

Their wings beat (flap) so fast, they make a noise that sounds like humming. It's a bit like a higher note version of a bee buzzing..
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What is a hummingbird?

They are very small birds known for their ability to hover over a food source by flapping their wings 12-90 times per second. They drink the flower nectar and are the only (MORE)
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Where are hummingbirds born?

Hummingbirds are born in nests. The nests are located high in trees. They are made of plant fibers, spider silk ect and have the ability to expand as the babies grow.
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What threatens hummingbirds?

Anything loud, or something that scares them such as a dog probably. Well, that's what I think.
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What can a hummingbird do?

a hummingbird can drink nectar from flowers, fly 27 miles per hour, flap their wings 80 times per second
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Why are hummingbirds herbivores?

Because they only eat nectar from flowers. And herbivore is a namegiven to animals that only eat plants or stuff from plants.
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How can you get a hummingbird?

Only a few zoos and private aviculturists are qualified to keep hummingbirds in captivity, but most residents of the Americas can attract wild hummingbirds by planting humming (MORE)
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What can hummingbirds do?

Humming birds are able to flap their wings 60 times per second! By the way I'm only 6. They can hover in the air in one place, like a helicopter, while feeding at a flower. (MORE)
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How do you get a hummingbird?

The best way to attract hummingbirds is to put out a hummingbird feeder. Make nectar to fill the feeder by using 1 sugar for every 4 water. So use a 1 to 4 ratio. You also wan (MORE)