Though only 1/2 the size of a golf ball, a Hummingbird nest may be tiny but it is oh so cleverly constructed. (They use spider webs, moss and a variety of plant materials to weave these tiny structures into rearing headquarters for their incredibly small offspring) ) Today I observed these tiny Anna's Hummingbirds once again gathering fuzz from local cattails to put into their nests. I do wish I could find one and watch the building procedure, but alas, far too many hiding spots. Perhaps one day, but for now I will be content to capture their images in more obvious places!
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