The Magnificent Hummingbird
The Magnificent Hummingbird, a large member of the hummingbird family, was named for its dazzling, colorful plumage.
Most of the Magnificent Hummingbird population lives year-round in central Mexico, although some can be found slightly to the north or to the south of Mexico.
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Nesting Habits of the Magnificent Hummingbird
The responsibilities for nest building and incubation belong to the female Magnificent hummingbird. The nest of the Magnificent hummingbird is generally built about 9 feet off the ground near the tip of a bamboo stem.
Once the female Magnificent hummingbird lays the eggs, an incubation period of 15-19 days follows. The Magnificent hummingbird young leave the nest 20-26 days after hatching to venture into the world.
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