Transcript: -bluejays, chipmunks, squirrels, and other birds eat hummingbird eggs Descriptions CLOSING www.science.jrank.org -they were hunted for their feathers by humans to make clothes -hummingbirds live in small nests This tiny bird is within woodlands Threats -eat flower nectar Hummingbirds a great size, color, diet, habitat, but are threatened by other animals and weather in their habitat. Habitat -they are found in Western and Southern Hemispheres www.rainforest-alliance.org 3/27/2015 -they lay one to three eggs per week Hummingbirds Fun facts STATUS By: Ahmed Alremeithi www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/hummingbirdsmagicintheair www.defenders.org/hummingbird/basicfacts -Hummingbirds have an average of 170 degree temperature -they can flap their wings 80 times per second -cats are the biggest dangers -they are the smallest birds on earth -it is difficult to estimate their population -hummingbirds are a year round resident in Monterey County Adaptations -their heart beats 1,260 beats per minute References www.worldofhummingbirds.com/index.php
Transcript: Hummingbirds are small, colorful birds with iridescent feathers. Their name comes from the fact that they flap their wings so fast (about 80 times per second) that they make a humming noise. Hummingbirds can fly right, left, up, down, backwards, and even upside down. They are also able to hover by flapping their wings in a figure-8 pattern. They have a specialized long and tapered bill that is used to obtain nectar from the center of long, tubular flowers. The hummingbird’s feet are used for perching only, and are not used for hopping or walking. Intresting Facts About Hummingbirds Hummingbirds are adaptable birds that can be found in a wide range of climatic and ecological zones, and understanding hummingbird habitats can help birders know where to look for these flying jewels in the field as well as plan a better backyard oasis to attract hummingbirds at home. Hummingbirds drink nectar from flowers that have alot of sugar,Hummingbirds reject the nector if the sugar is less than 10%,even tho nector is a poor source of nutrients,they meet the nutrients by preying on insects and spiders. Sources Pics of the Hummingbirds Hummingbirds are the smallest bird,Hummingbirds hover in the air by rapidly flapping their wings Video About HummingBirds Most Hummingbirds migrate south in the fall to spend the winter in Nothern Mexico or Central America. Migration Humming birds www.Google.com www.wikipedia.com National Geographic. www.youtube.com Info Gathering Food Hummingbirds Habitat Hummingbirds have a long lifespan,though they may die during their first year of life,because of hatching and leaving the nest BY:Chris Man Bray Lifespan
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Transcript: >The hummingbirds size is about 7.5-13 cm average http://www.hummingbirdsociety.org/index.php >The hummingbird don't need much to survive all they need is a habitat for food,water, and nesting. Species name: Hummingbird common names: Glowing Puffleg , Glow-throated Nummingbird Endangerment: work cited >If the humming bird get out of its food chain the files might eat the crops and then they get ruined. >In a bigger food chain the fish don't eat the hummingbird and they start lowering in size. >A hummingbirds purpose is to help the flower pollinate and grow. Hummingbirds don't really have just one biome but, the only thing they look for is a place for feeding and breeding. European settlers first saw a hummingbird they thought it cross between an insect and a bird. They are mostly found in Mexico and Northern Panama. Region its found(biome) laws enacted specific to the hummingbird Hummingbird are will be endangered due to people wanting their feathers, habitat loss and destruction,and changing temperature . History and origin: About the species name: HUMMINGBIRD females incubate the eggs for 14-19 days after the nesting period they young remain dependent on the mother for a few days average average age for a sexual reproductive maturity (female): 1 year The Hummingbird live in Open Woodland Grassland Forest Deserts the act is the migratory bird treaty act of 1918 to protect any birds It's impact on the food chain or surrounding species Meadows cloud forest https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Migratory_Bird_Treaty_Act_of_1918 Hummingbirds Habitat: The Hummingbird needs, purpose and size. The hummingbird gestation period or days to maturity Hummingbirds Niche:
Transcript: Brief Summary The Tanner family experience a cold winter in Jubilee, and an unexpected guest arrives. A ruby-throated hummingbird, later named Zipp, nests at the Tanner's for the winter. After suffering a heart attack and memory loss, Grenna passes away leaving the family behind to mourn. March Anne was named after her grandfather, March. Her middle name, Anne, was given by her mother whose name was Anne. Watermelon farm in Jubilee, Georgia Jubilee Junior High the point(the Pseudonymphs' meeting spot) Sunny Brooke: sub devision that Meg and Laverne lived in. creek, woods, clover feild, Maranatha, train tracks(where the train Dreamliner was located) Sarah Harden Setting March Anne Tanner was raised by her grandmother known as Grenna, and her father with her little brother. March Anne is apart of a group (Psuedonymphs) that includes two other girls, Laverne and Meg. After a tragic emergency, she must face her future by confronting her past. Taking Flight Hummingbird by: Kimberly Green Angel Zipp flies away after Grenna passes and never returns; March Anne goes away to a train car and finds old belongings of her mother, grandmother, and grandfather including a letter from her mom to March Ann. Outcome March Anne returns back to school to begin on a new science project with a new partner, Benjamin, who gives her a feather as part of an old Cherokee ritual. After school and winter, March Anne and her family go back to farming just as if Grandmother Grenna was still alive because she always taught them that spring would always return just like the hummingbirds. Main Action Ending Turning Point March Anne Tanner: A 12 year old, red headed girl who lives on a watermelon farm in Jubilee, Georgia up called the part of a group called the Pseudonymphs. Her mother died after her brother was born from cancer. Kevin: March Anne's little brother Her father: who works on the watermelon farm. Grenna: March Anne's grandmother with a cloud of white hair. Zipp: a ruby-throated hummingbird that was always outside of Grenna's bedroom window as a sign of grace. Meg: one of March Anne's best friends also in the group that she is in Laverne: another one of March's friends also in the group with her and Meg. Grenna, March Anne's grandmother suffers a heart attack and begins to start talking out of her head. She also changes subjects and her mind whenever she wants March Anne to do something for her. After reading the letter, and being found by her father and brother, March Anne understood why her mother gave her such a name. Self-Acceptance Plot Meaning Main Characters Cold Winter Grandmother Grenna
Transcript: Hummingbid's may visit 1,000 flowers per day in their search for necter.Hummingbirds also eat mosquitoes,aphids,gnats,midges,caterpillers,flying ants,weevils,small beetles,whiteflies,and insect eggs. Hummingbirds can fly right,left,up,down,even upside down.A hummingbird`s wing is flexible at the shoulder,but inflexible at the wrist.When hovering,hummingbirds hold their bodies upright and flap their wings horizontally in a shallow figure-8.As the wings swing back they tilt flat for a moment before the wings are drawn. Please save these little creatures they're so small that they face lots of dangrous creaturs. Hummingbird's diet Where hummingbirds live Habitat loss and destruction are the hummingbird's main threats.As hummingbirds are often specially to each unique habitat, each species of hummingbird listed as vulnerble or endangered on the IUCN red list are all threatened due to habitat destruction and loss.The earth's changing temperatures due to climet change are affecting hummingbird migratory patternes, causing different species to be spotted in locations well outside their normal range,where it may be harder for them to find food. Physical features Fast facts Hummingbirds may look differant than other bird species,but they have a similar shape that makes them instantly recognizable.The stubby body, long wings and long, narrow bill are found in every hummingbird's shape. The needle-like bill of a hummingbird is its most unique physical feature. The bill is extremely long and thin compared to the bird's overall size, and it is used as a tube for the bird to lck nectar from flowers, sap wells and feeders with its long and angile tongue. The Amazing World of Hummingbirds Threats of a hummingbird Threats ummingbirds are tiny,but they face big conservation threats.Because of their small size,these birds are at greater risk than larger birds that may have more ability to adapt.Not only do pestisides and insetisides eliminate the insects that are an essential food source for hummingbirds,but the concetration of chemicals in the environment can impact these small birds far sooner than larger species.improper chemical use can esily poison hummingbirds.Feral cats as well as outdoor cats are a major threat to hummingbirds.Because hummingbirds feel repeatedly at the same food sources,a cat can lie in ambush and one swipe of a paw can kill a hummingbird where a larger bird may only be stunned and could still escape.Because many hummingbird feeders are placed near windows to provide good views of the feeding birds,window collisons can be common and deadly.Not only can the trauma of an impact hurt or kill a hummingbird,but if the bird's bill is damaged it may not be able to feed properly. Physical features Did you know that a hummingbirds heart can beat up to 1,260 beats per minute. A hummingbird's natural habitat is in the America's.Their range is as far north as Alaska and as far south as chile.Most hummingbirds live in South America.There are over three hundred types or species of hummingbirds making hummingbirds the second largest species of bird in the Western Hemisphere.Ecuador has the largest number of types or species of hummingbirds.There are more than 50 types or species of hummingbirds that breed in Mexico,more than 15 types or species of hummingbirds that breed in the United States,and more than more than 3 types or species of hummingbirds that breed in Canada.Many humminbirds love the habitat of wooded and foreted areas that have lots of flowers and well as in meadows and grasslands.There are also plenty ofhummingbirds living quite well in large cities,cool areas,warm areas,places that get snow,and dessert enviroments. H A hummingbird's diminutive size is one of its most familiar characteristics ,and in fact some hummingbird species are the smallest birds in the world.Other species,however,are larger and more robust,though they are still tiny when compared to other backyard birds Hummingbird Behavior Solution Hummingbirds physical features
Transcript: How does it respond to stimuli ? Hummingbirds can fly right, left, up, down, backwards, and even upside down. They are also able to hover by flapping their wings in a figure-8 pattern. Hummingbirds flap there wings about 80 times per second & it makes humming noise .... thats how they got there name. Hummingbirds are small , colorful birds, with iridescent feathers. how does it defend itself ? physical characteristics strange facts ! Size ! Hummingbirds are found only in the Western Hemisphere. in southeastern Alaska to southern Chile. most live in the tropics. There are more than 300 species of hummingbirds, 12 of which summer in North America and winter in tropical areas. Length: 1.75-8 inches. Weight: .08 -.7 ounces. What does it eat ? by ; kameron anderson . Taxonomy ! H U M M I N G B I R D S how does it breed ? gestation takes between 13 - 22 days. humming birds lay from 1-3 eggs . the young start to fly 18 - 30 days after birth. Hummingbird ! Hummingbirds have long tongues which they use to lick there food at a rate of 13 licks per second. Where do they live ? they flap there wings up to 80 times per second. they lick there food at a rate of 13 licks per second. how does it eat ? How Does it Move ? hummingbirds eat flower nectar , tree sap , insects , and pollen. they have to eat enormous amounts of food each day. they chase each other and there pray, they have been seen chasing larger birds such as hawks away.
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