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Costa's Hummingbird Chicks in a nest, Arizona : Stock Photo
Costa's Hummingbird (Calypte costae) Chicks in a nest, Sonoran Desert, Tucson, Arizona. The nesting materials to make the nest includes spider webs which, because of their stregth, help hold the nest together.

Costa's Hummingbird Chicks in a nest, Arizona

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Ed Reschke
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Costa's Hummingbird (Calypte costae) Chicks in a nest, Sonoran Desert, Tucson, Arizona. The nesting materials to make the nest includes spider webs which, because of their stregth, help hold the nest together.
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