That's right, baby hummingbirds
April 16, 2012 11:54 AM Subscribe
posted by mudpuppie (58 comments total)
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An Anna's hummingbird on a tiny nest, smaller than an ivy leaf, with two hatchlings therein. Watch it live.
Bonus bit of trivia: Baby hummingbirds have short, stubby, yellow beaks. The babies can double in size each day. As they grow, and move closer to being able to feed on their own, their nectar-friendly beaks grow as well.
Bonus, bonus trivia.