1: Baby hummingbirds are small and fragile, often hidden in nests for protection.

Why don't we see baby hummingbirds?

Why don't we see baby hummingbirds?

2: They grow quickly and leave the nest within three weeks of hatching.

3: Their tiny size and fast movements make them hard to spot.

4: Adult hummingbirds are territorial and protective of their nests.

5: It's important to give baby hummingbirds space to grow and learn to fly.

6: Watching from a distance can ensure their safety and well-being.

7: Baby hummingbirds rely on their parents for food and protection.

8: As they mature, they become independent and venture out on their own.

9: Observing these remarkable creatures is a privilege and a delight.