It is important that you bring your hummingbird feeders inside when the temperature drops to the 55 degree mark where you live. Humingbirds do migrate south to warmer temperatures for the winter. One of the indicators that they look for is the absence of food sources. It is almost impossible for them to leave if the food source is there. Because they are so small, temperatures below 55 are very likely to kill them.
The analogy is rather weak, true, Hummingbirds can both hover and fly backwards, they also are among the smallest flying birds and have the highest relative fuel consumption. that"s biology. no hummingbirds have rotors or tail-balancing problems or autorotation clutches, etc. that"s mechanical engineering on the aircraft side. the analogy is rather loose.
it is a hummingbirds advantage to store fat over glycogen because glycogen needs water to be stored
a goldfish is a feeder fish. I kind of disagree with the answer above. Yes, goldfish CAN be feeder fish, but they aren't necessarily feeder fish. Feeder fish are really fish that are rather small and are fed to other animals, and that are for some reason thought as not being as precious as other "pet" fish. So a feeder fish and a pet fish are two different kinds of fish, really. Not all goldfish are feeder fish. There are expensive goldfish, more than 10 dollars per fish! Then there are those goldfish breeded to be eaten that are sold as 75 cents per fish. So there are "pet" goldfish and "feeder" goldfish. So, a goldfish is not necessarily a feeder fish.
She was famous only for her flying achievements.
No. Bats are flying mammals. Flying squirrels glide rather than fly. I know of no others.
It's not so much that hummingbirds are not afraid, rather they aggressively defend their territories, especially during breeding season. They are faster and can out maneuver other animals. Occasionally they are caught by outdoor cats and rarely survive.
Yes it can be frozen and is rather tasty the second time around. Let it cool completely then put it in an air tight container.
The birds flying today is an bird that is rather large bigger than a elephant in the animal world it is called an airoplane
the whale shark, the mega mouth and the basking shark are all rather harmless filter feeders
the best know flying dinosaurs are the Pterosaur family and Archeopteryx, though technically speaking Pterosaurs are not dinosaurs, but rather flying reptiles.
The flying ant is actually a regular ant that grows wings during the mating season. These flying ants do not actually sting. Rather, they bite and it is reportedly extremely painful.
Tomato juice is only good to drink when it is relatively fresh and natural. A frozen concentrate would produce a rather unpleasant juice.
The trademarked name for a tossed flying disc is Frisbee. It has been unofficially used generically as frisbee rather than the unspecific alternative term flying disc.
No. There are two main differences (and most others follow on from them): the temperature is lower so the frozen water is solid rather than liquid and the density has decreased (the same volume of water will have expanded).
maybe but i think they rather live in the wild it would not be very comon :)
Technically hummingbirds do not have a gestation period, as they lay eggs rather than give live birth. However, the incubation period is 2-3 weeks.
Cold air falls and warm air rises
Because it is frozen Carbon Dioxide which when melts is turns into gas rather than liquid.
Normally not. If the object had much in the way of frozen gasses, then approaching the Sun would heat it enough vaporize the gasses, which would make it a comet rather than a meteoroid.
It's a surreal comedy, rather like 'Monty Python's Flying Circus'
Most likely means, it's injured, or on a brink of death.
I heard that cooking frozen chicken never reaches the required temperature to kill bacteria. Rather defrost in the microwave or the fridge. Never defrost in the sink or on a kitchen counter because of salmonella risk.
Hummingbirds will eat almost any insect small enough to be swallowed, including aphids, flies, gnats, midges, beetles, and moths. They also eat spiders and harvestmen ("daddy longlegs").Small invertebrates are critical food sources for hummingbirds, meeting their needs for protein, fats, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. This is especially important for rapidly growing nestlings, and nesting female hummingbirds spend much of their time hunting rather than gathering nectar. Hummingbirds may hunt invertebrates by gleaning them from bark, flowers or leaves, hawking them from the air, or plucking them from spider webs. To get the required amount of protein for a healthy diet, an adult hummingbird must eat several dozen insects each day.
Yes, fresh chillies can be frozen, but their best use would be in cooked applications rather than in fresh.
Evaporated milk can be frozen but it is not really recommended as it does tend to be rather watery when it is defrosted.