8 edition of The ruby-throated hummingbird found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 143-146).
|Series||The Corrie Herring Hooks series ;, no. 36|
|LC Classifications||QL696.A558 O735 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||98004844|
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The Hummingbird Book: The Complete Guide to Attracting, Identifying and Enjoying Hummingbirds A comprehensive, illustrated guide that makes it easy to attract hummingbirds to your yard. Includes range maps, full-color photos, feeders, flowers, photography & hummingbird behavior.
Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Archilochus colubris. Hundreds of kinds of hummingbirds nest in the American tropics, and more than a dozen in the western U.S., but east of the Great Plains there is only the Ruby-throat.
There it is fairly common in summer in open woods and gardens. Hovering in front of a flower to sip nectar, it beats its wings. It's a delight to hear the whir of an incoming hummingbird and catch a glimpse of the darting creature as it lands momentarily on the red and purple bee balm in the garden.
But then it's gone in a flash. That's why James B. Sumpter's photo essay of the ruby-throated hummingbird is so intriguing. A flash of green and red, the Ruby-throated Hummingbird is eastern North America’s sole breeding hummingbird.
These brilliant, tiny, precision-flying creatures glitter like jewels in the full sun, then vanish with a zip toward the next nectar source.
Feeders and flower gardens are great ways to attract these birds, and some people turn their yards into buzzing clouds of hummingbirds each summer.
This book contains 88 full-page sized photographs that show the Ruby-throated Hummingbird in great detail, from numerous perspectives. They capture the many variations in its appearance, including its green and gold iridescent colors, its /5(4).
An adult ruby-throated hummingbird may eat twice its body weight in food each day, which it burns up with the high metabolism necessary to sustain its rapid wing beat and energetic movements. The Ruby-throated Hummingbird weighs less than a nickel, and like all hummingbird species including the Calliope and Rufous, it is a master of g its wings 60 to 80 times a second, this tiny sprite creates a blur of motion and a whirring, insect-like sound.
Tiny bird with a long needlelike bill; hovers, flies forward and backward with a humming sound. Males: metallic green upperparts; red throat that flashes ruby red in the light but otherwise may look black; underparts whitish with dull green flanks; tail black and deeply forked.
The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is a small hummingbird with a slender, slightly downcurved bill and fairly short wings that don’t reach all the way to the tail when the bird is sitting.
Same size as a Black-chinned Hummingbird. sparrow-sized or smaller. Length: in ( cm) Weight: oz ( g) Wingspan: in ( cm). Wood traveled to Massachusetts Colony inwrote the book, and returned to England to see it published. Wood's Humbird was the rubythroat, since it is the only one with which he could have had contact.
And so, the Ruby-throated Hummingbird became one of the first avian species celebrated in American literature. The Ruby-throated Hummingbird, one of the smallest hummingbird species, can only grow to a length of 3 to inches and weight of about 3 to its small size, the bird is sometimes mistaken for a large insect.
It is considered as the only breeding hummingbird in the eastern North America/5(). The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Ruby-throated Hummingbird by June Osborne at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
Due to COVID, orders may be : Buy a cheap copy of Ruby-Throated Hummingbird book by Robert R. Sargent. The life history and activity of a favorite backyard visitor. Free shipping over $Cited by: 7. Ruby-throated Hummingbirds (Archilochus colubris) make a spring migration from their over-wintering grounds in Mexico and Central America to the central and eastern United States and southern high energy needs require that abundant supplies of nectar be available throughout the migration corridor, which can range through thousands of miles of habitat.
The ruby-throated hummingbird migrates more than 1, miles (2, km) from Nova Scotia, Canada, to Central America, flying between 55 to 60 mph (89 to 97 km/h). Before migrating, the hummingbird will put on a fat layer equal to half of its body weight for traveling fuel.
The name hummingbird is thought to have originated due to the humming sound created by their rapid wing beats, over 50 times per second. While there are nearly identified species of hummingbirds around the world, my bird book claims that the ruby-throated hummingbird is the only one breeding in the eastern part of North America.
The Ruby-throated Humming-bird has a particular liking for such flowers as are greatly tubular in their form. The common jimpson-weed or thorn-apple (Datura stramonium) and the trumpet-flower (Bignonia radicans) are among the most favoured by their visits, and after these, honeysuckle, the balsam of the gardens, and the wild species which grows.
The ruby-throated hummingbird is the most common hummingbird in the United States and the only breeding hummingbird east of the Mississippi River. By learning how to properly identify ruby-throated hummingbirds, birders can identify different hummingbirds more quickly and easily by recognizing that they're aren't ruby-throats and knowing what key parts of a hummingbird to check for the subtle.
local ruby-throated hummingbird populations as well as populations of other species that rely on simi-lar habitat. Food Ruby-throated hummingbirds feed by day on nectar from wildflower blossoms and the flowers of many species of shrubs and vines. Insects comprise a large. J.3 Pollinator: ruby-throated hummingbird.
Questions answered. Timeelapsed Time. Get 7 of 9 correct. Other articles where Ruby-throated hummingbird is discussed: hummingbird: Only the ruby-throated hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) breeds in eastern North America, where it is found from Nova Scotia to Florida.
The northernmost hummingbird is the rufous (Selasphorus rufus), which breeds from southeastern Alaska to northern California. The broad-tailed hummingbird (S. platycercus) breeds in. Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Facts With Call Sound - Duration: Heaven Uneart views.
How to Attract Birds to Your Garden-Tutorial - Duration: A flash of green and red, the ruby-throated hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) is eastern North America’s sole breeding hummingbird.
These brilliant, tiny, precision-flying creatures glitter like jewels in the full sun, then vanish with a zip toward the next nectar source. Feeders and flower gardens are great ways to attract these birds, and some people turn their yards into buzzing clouds. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are the only hummer that breeds east of the Rockies.
Others, like the rufous hummingbird that has been spending the. - Birds: Ruby Throated Hummingbird Bird Coloring Page Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and. Seasonal Circle Book Make a circle book to showcase the cyclical events by season (fall, winter, spring, summer).
Encourage students to revisit the slideshow's facts and photos to construct their circle book. Have students synthesize what they learned about the ruby-throated hummingbird's annual cycle by designing flip books, desktop.
Get this from a library. The ruby-throated hummingbird. [June Osborne] -- June Osborne paints a fully detailed portrait of perhaps the best-known hummingbird in the United States, the rubythroat.
Drawing from her own birdwatching experiences and journals, she offers an "up. The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is the most common, and the only species regularly seen over most the eastern United States. Ruby-throats are the only hummingbird found east of the Great Plains, except for the Rufous. It is about 3 3/4" in length, and metallic green above.
Its notes are a rapid, high-pitched squeaky, chipping sound. The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is the only reliable pollinator for their flowers, so without this bird, we wouldn’t have these plants. (See Ruby-throated Hummingbirds and Cardinal-flower – A Perfect Partnership!) Some hummingbird-dependent plants are Wild Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis).
The oldest wild ruby-throated hummingbird female lived at least 9 years. The oldest known male lived 5 years. Males often do not live as long as females because they have to spend so much energy defending a territory during the breeding season, and then they have to migrate to their wintering grounds, which also uses a lot of energy.
Ruby-throated Hummingbirds Migrating. Anyone with a hummingbird feeder knows that finally female and juvenile Ruby-throated Hummingbirds can feed without fear of being driven off by male hummingbirds, due to the fact that the males have, for the most part, headed for warmer climes.
he Ruby-throated Hummingbird () is the common species of the eastern half of Texas and the entire eastern United States. In western Texas, you will most likely see the Black-chinned Hummingbird ().
These two species share much in common. Both members of the genus, the Black-chinned and the Ruby-throated, are so closely.
This book contains 88 full-page sized photographs that show the Ruby-throated Hummingbird in great detail, from numerous perspectives. They capture the many variations in its appearance, including its green and gold iridescent colors, its black beak, its white tongue and its black wing feathers.
The Ruby-throated Hummingbird nest is typically constructed of spider silk and plant materials. The silk is especially important since it allows the nest to expand as soon-to-be-hatched chicks grow. Once the shape of the nest is set, the female camouflages it with lichen and other plant items.
Nests are normally located 10 to 40 feet above the. Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Eating From My Hand and More. About 2 minutes of video clips of a male ruby-throat hummingbird eating from my hand, handheld feeders, and flowers. Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Each fall, Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds (even the season’s new arrivals) embark on a solo mission: migrating to Mexico or Central America.
For some, the journey involves several hundred miles across the Gulf of Mexico. Looking at a hummingbird migration map (you can find these through an online search), it looks like there were just a few sightings of the ruby-throated hummingbird reported in your area, although they have migrated into northern states now.
So popular have "hummers" become that even casual birdwatchers now travel great distances to hummingbird hot spots to see masses of birds in their annual migrations. In this invitingly written book, June Osborne paints a fully detailed portrait of perhaps the best-known hummingbird in the United States, the : University of Texas Press.
The Ruby-throated Hummingbirds (Archilochus colubris) are small hummingbirds that breed in southern Canada (central Alberta east to Nova Scotia) south to central and eastern USA (North Dakota east to Maine, and south to southern Texas. Vagrants travel as far west as species occupies the largest breeding range of any North American hummingbird.