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Where do hummingbirds sleep at night?
After a feeding frenzy at dusk to take in as much nutrition as possible to get them through the night, they perch and go into what's known as a torpor. A torpor is a state of reduced physiological activity induced by lower night temperatures, that serves to conserve energy for small creatures like hummingbirds. Warm morning temperatures bring the hummingbirds out of this state. ...