Pets Hummingbirds

This Feb. 2003 photo shows a mother Anna’s hummingbird caring for it's nest in Los Angeles. The smallest bird in the world weighs a tenth of an ounce, has a brain the size of a BB, wobbly legs and enemies like the praying mantis and bull frog. Even so, millions of humans will spend countless hours this spring and summer watching, feeding and worrying about the hummingbirds mating and nesting in their backyards. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
This Feb. 2003 photo shows a mother Anna’s hummingbird caring for it's nest in Los Angeles. The smallest bird in the world weighs a tenth of an ounce, has a brain the size of a BB, wobbly legs and enemies like the praying mantis and bull frog. Even so, millions of humans will spend countless hours this spring and summer watching, feeding and worrying about the hummingbirds mating and nesting in their backyards. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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