2 edition of Humming-birds found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Humming birds|
|Statement||by Mary and Elizabeth Kirby ...|
|Contributions||Kirby, Elizabeth, 1823-1873., Thomas Nelson & Sons|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||102|
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Hummingbirds is a large format, fine art book coffee table book about hummingbirds written by John C. Arvin, with illustrations of hummingbirds in their habitat, and published in The book is published by Gorgas Science Foundation in the United States of America and Felis Creations in India.. The illustrations were painted by three wildlife artists: Sangeetha Kadur, Publisher: Gorgas Science Foundation, Felis Creations. Diet. A hummingbird must consume approximately one half of its weight in sugar daily, and the average hummingbird feeds five to eight times per hour. In addition to nectar, these birds also eat many small insects and spiders, and may also sip tree sap or juice from broken fruits.; Hummingbirds do not suck nectar through their long bills, and they lick it with fringed, forked .
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The Stokes Hummingbird Book provides all the information you need to bring hummingbirds up close, identify them, and understand their fascinating and varied behavior.
The book includes: Range maps and full-color photographs to ISBN: There are other chapters on "Myths", "Baby Hummingbirds", and "Photographing Hummingbirds".
Nearly half the book is devoted to the identification of the different species, with photos, maps, behaviour patterns, and much more/5().
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Hummingbird, any of about species of small, often brightly coloured birds of the family Trochilidae, usually placed with the swifts in the order Apodiformes but sometimes separated in their own order, Trochiliformes. The brilliant, glittering colours and elaborately specialized feathers of many species (usually of the males only) led the 19th-century British naturalist John Gould.
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See the Photo Album for credits If you're a first-time visitor with a specific question, start with the FAQ, or check the Attracting, Feeders, and About sections.Hummingbirds are birds native to the Americas and constituting the biological family are the smallest of birds, most species measuring –13 cm (3–5 in) in length.
The smallest extant hummingbird species is the 5 cm ( in) bee hummingbird, which weighs less than g ( oz).The largest hummingbird species is the 23 cm ( in) giant hummingbird.