Broad-Tailed Hummingbirds are one of the more active species when it comes to eating insects. They hunt insects whether they are in flight or sitting on foliage and in trees. When they are flying, their wings produce an unusual ‘trilling’ noise, unique to the breed.
Due to their high metabolism, Broad-Tailed Hummingbirds must eat constantly, feasting on nectar and insects.
- Food Preferences
Nesting Habits of the Broad-Tailed Hummingbird
The nests of Broad-Tailed hummingbirds are small cups made of plant fibers that are bound together by branches.
Female Broad-Tailed hummingbirds lay two eggs and incubate them for 14-16 days. The fledgling Broad-Tailed hummingbirds leave the nest roughly 23 days after hatching.
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