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Anna's Hummingbird

Anna's Hummingbird

 

The Anna’s Hummingbird was named after Anna Massena, Duchess of Rivoli, a European noblewoman in Italy during the 19th century.

 

Due to the Anna’s Hummingbird’s high metabolism, they must eat constantly, feasting on nectar and insects to give them the energy they need for flapping their wings at incredible speeds.

 

Learn about the Anna's Hummingbird, including fun facts, local environments, nesting habits and food preferences.

 

 

 

 

 

Appearance of the Anna's Hummingbird

 

The Anna’s hummingbird has a bronze or glossy green color up top and grayish white below. It has varying amounts of green wash on its flanks.

 

Anna's hummingbird factsThe male Anna'a hummingbird has a rose-red crown and gorget that extends into the sides of its neck. The female Anna's hummingbird may have some red feathers around the throat but not on the crown. Both genders of the Anna's hummingbird have dark wings and a dark tail which may be tipped in white.

 

The Anna’s Hummingbird will sometimes hybridize with other species, such as the Rufous Hummingbird. Check out our information on the Rufous Hummingbird, as well as the other hummingbirds in our Hummingbird Library.

 

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Geography of the Anna's Hummingbird

 

The Anna’s hummingbird was originally found only along the Pacific Slope Baja to San Francisco. Recently, through population increase, the Anna’s hummingbird breeding territory has enlarged northward to Vancouver, BC and southeastward to Arizona. They typically live in areas of California where plants come into bloom and are permanent residents in their range.

 

The Anna’s hummingbird is the only hummingbird species who winters primarily in the United States. They generally stay in higher altitudes during the warmer months, dropping to lower altitudes during cooler times.

 

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Local Environments of the Anna's Hummingbird

 

Anna's hummingbird locations

The Anna's hummingbird prefers dense thickets but will also live in cities and suburbs.

 

Entice the Anna’s Hummingbird to your backyard… buy a hummingbird feeder and hummingbird nectar from Birdfeeders.com.

 

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