They return to where they hatch
Courtesy Gary Robinette/Birds Blooms If you think the same hummingbirds come to your feeders and flowers every year, you might be right! Banding research shows they are likely to return to the area where they hatched. Check out these unique bird houses that you might even want to live in.
Its tongue is a useful tool
Courtesy Carl Leichtenberger/Birds Blooms A hummingbird uses its tongue, which functions as a tiny pump, to suck the sought-after sweet liquid from feeders and flowers. This bird has a trait that every pregnant women wishes their husband had.