There is such a moth in England, too, where no hummingbird is found.
"Ways of Nature" by John Burroughs
Nothing was ever more bewitching to watch than that atom in feathers, the hummingbird mother.
"Upon The Tree-Tops" by Olive Thorne Miller
Tess' class were to be butterflies and hummingbirds.
"The Corner House Girls in a Play" by Grace Brooks Hill
I never saw hummingbirds fed so gently.
"A-Birding on a Bronco" by Florence A. Merriam
Palpitating with life, she looked like some kind of a marvelous human hummingbird.
"The Preliminaries" by Cornelia A. P. Comer
He was as happy as a hummingbird.
"Donalblane of Darien" by J. Macdonald Oxley
Wait for my Hummingbird to speak.
"The Heritage of the Hills" by Arthur P. Hankins
His pilgrimage to the Hummingbird-land, methinks, was well conducted.
"The Infidel, Vol. I." by Robert Montgomery Bird
A California lady has taken some remarkable photographs of the Anna's hummingbird in the act, showing just how it is done.
"The Woodpeckers" by Fannie Hardy Eckstorm
With a motion as swift as the flight of a hummingbird she caught his hand.
"The Hills of Refuge" by Will N. Harben
Once there was a beautiful girl who had many suitors, and among the most persistent were the Crane and the Hummingbird.
"Indian Legends Retold" by Elaine Goodale Eastman
Upon her hat she wore a kind of fowl, An hummingbird, I ween, or else an owl.
"Verse and Worse" by Harry Graham
The next few days made the trees ever memorable: they were the Mecca of all the hummingbirds in the jungle.
"Jungle Peace" by William Beebe
Hummingbirds nests are the most exquisite of birds' homes.
"Color Key to North American Birds" by Frank M. Chapman
This bird, which in brilliancy of plumage vies with the Hummingbirds, possesses little claim to be ranked among soberly clad British birds.
"British Birds in their Haunts" by Rev. C. A. Johns
A hummingbird that lived in my garden sipped from a sprig of honeysuckle that I held in my hand.
"Birds Every Child Should Know" by Neltje Blanchan
The proportion of this latter increases until the the lining is reacht where it forms a felt like a hummingbird's nest.
"Life Histories of North American Wood Warblers Part One and Part Two" by Arthur Bent
Parrots, scarcely larger than hummingbirds, flicked out of the trees and seemed about to strike the carriage.
"When the Owl Cries" by Paul Bartlett
One the size of a bean is large enough to hold a hummingbird baby, till it is old enough to come out.
"The Children's Book of Birds" by Olive Thorne Miller
You are a hummingbird, also a peach!
"Uncle Walt [Walt Mason]" by Walt Mason
I answered yes because my son, Sean, had just related a story a couple of weeks earlier of hummingbirds recently visiting his feeders.
Then he told me about a nest box that he had purchased for hummingbirds .
These two belong to a group known as the sphinx moths and they mimic hummingbirds in shape, size and behavior.
The hummingbird moths are about an inch to an inch and a quarter long and their swept-back wings are about two inches long.
Marion Brady spent years rehabilitating hummingbirds .
Brady has been told to cease saving hummingbirds .
During this time, up to 200 hummingbirds visit our feeders in a single day.
Roy's Folks: White Hummingbird .
Pope said this is the second year hummingbirds have come back to his plants.
Back to Knoxville for what's sure to be a fun and informative afternoon celebrating the wonder of hummingbirds .
Hummingbird Fest offers info, activities for bird's fans.
Christine Knowlton caught this hummingbird at her feeder in Hannawa Falls.
What to look for to tell apart Costa's, Anna's, and Black-chinned Hummingbirds .
In nature, hummingbirds eat flower nectar for energy and bugs for protein.
A rufous hummingbird feeds outside the American Museum of Natural History despite winter temperatures.
We can say that penguins are atypical in that they cannot ﬂy; hummingbirds are atypical in that they have very ﬁne motor control; parrots are atypical in that they could talk; and so on.
Fig.4 The geoglyph of the Hummingbird has the bill touching a line having the direction of the sunrise on the December solstice.
Maria Reiche's Line to Archaeoastronomy
The Peruvian writer and poet José María Arguedas imagined “picaflores que llegan hasta el sol para beberle su fuego”, that is, hummingbirds flying toward the sun to drink his fire.
Maria Reiche's Line to Archaeoastronomy
By analogy with haute cuisine, in which hummingbirds’ tongues are cooked between two slices of veal after which the veal is thrown away, once the algebra was constructed, the ﬁelds and any associated ob jects could be discarded. I unequivocably took the point of view that quarks are real particles. 2.
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