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Baby hummingbirds??

Posted by stevie713 zone 6 SWPa (My Page) on
Tue, May 2, 06 at 23:00

Can you tell me if these are baby hummingbirds or something else? I took both of these photos in 2002. I saw similar critters flying around the yard last weekend, but didn't get a photo yet.

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Thanks for your help


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RE: Baby hummingbirds??

They are hummingbird moths. Often mistaken for hummingbirds, due to their flying and flittering.

This link will help:

In it's caterpillar stage it is a hornworm.

RE: Baby hummingbirds??

Thank you for the info. All this time I just assumed it was a baby hummingbird. So, what does a baby hummingbird look like?


RE: Baby hummingbirds??

This link was compliments of another GardenWEBber and I was so impressed. Hope you enjoy the 'small' journey this link offers.


Here is a link that might be useful: Hummers

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