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Anna’s Hummingbird


Habitat: Has expanded its range and has become very common.


Food: Mostly nectar and insects but will also feed on sugar water from hummingbird feeders.


Migratory Path: East to West migration


Behavior: Hovers over flowers and extend their tongue deep into the flower, at feeders they either hover or perch. To catch insects, they fly out and catch them in mid air.


Conservation Status: Since the 1950s, has expanded its breeding range both north and east. Very common in much of its range, adapting well to suburban areas.

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