How do hummingbirds find food?

Keen Eyesight: Hummingbirds have excellent vision, allowing them to spot flowers from a distance. 

Spatial Memory: They remember the locations of reliable food sources, maximizing foraging efficiency. 

Color Preference: Hummingbirds are attracted to brightly colored flowers, particularly red, orange, and pink blooms. 

Territorial Defense: Male hummingbirds establish and defend feeding territories containing abundant nectar sources. 

Curiosity and Exploration: Hummingbirds may explore their environment to discover new food sources. 

Foraging Techniques: They employ various feeding strategies, including hovering, perching, and stealing nectar from other birds. 

Foraging Techniques: They employ various feeding strategies, including hovering, perching, and stealing nectar from other birds. 

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