The hummingbird is the smallest specie of birds that make the humming sound by flapping their wings together. They eat a lot, because of their high metabolism. They have to eat all day long to ensure their survival. These birds possess an extraordinary ability to recollect that they perpetually go back to a similar feeder from which they have fed the previous year. It is a multiple specie bird with over three hundred species.
Annually, hummingbirds undertake migration to two places: they migrate to their breeding place in the north during fall and migrate to the south during winter. They majorly migrate to secure a good area where there are sufficient food and less competition. Their speed enables them to travel quickly. It flaps it’s wings about seventy times per second while regularly flying and above two hundred times per second when it is diving.