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Black-chinned Hummingbird


Habitat: Semi arid country, river groves and suburbs.


Food:  Mostly nectar and insects however also feeds from sugar mixtures in hummingbird feeders.


Migratory Path: Spend winter in Mexico and stray east in the fall, sometimes winter in Gulf Coast


Behavior: Hovers over flowers and extends tongue deep into the flower. Catches insects flying in mid air. Catch spiders from their spiderwebs.


Conservation Status: Widespread and common with stable numbers.

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