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What do hummingbirds feed their young?
Young hummingbirds eat a combination of nectar and small insects such as ants, mites, gnats, and mosquitoes. The mother bird feeds her babies by first eating the nectar and insects herself, then using her beak to funnel the regurgitated mixture down the babies鈥?throats. Only the mother hummingbird feeds and cares for her young.
Do hummingbirds take care of their young?
Every hummingbird mom is a single mother. Male hummingbirds provide no care to their offspring. In fact, after they mate with the female, they simply move on and may never see her again. However, hummingbird females make do.
Do hummingbirds mate and reproduce?
They don鈥檛 even stay together to raise the babies. The female does ALL the nest building, incubating, and caring for the babies herself, and a male hummer will mate with any females that he can attract to his territory. These are NOT romantic birds.
How do hummingbirds raise their young?
After a female hummingbird has been impregnated by the male, she is on her own to construct the nest and raise the young. It will take a female about a week to construct her tiny cup shaped nest. Nests are made from moss, lichen, plant fibers, bits of bark and leaves, and spiderweb silk. Usually two eggs are laid, but sometimes only one.