The tiny avian aeronautic marvels called hummingbirds have the ability to hover, fly backward, and migrate long distances and survive in the harshest of environments.

This talk illustrates the amazing adaptations of these glittering gems and describes their fascinating life histories.

Vivid photographs of hummingbirds from North, Central and South America tell the story of how these birds survive in habitats that range from tropical forests to the slopes of the Andes Mountains

Date(s) - 20/08/2017
2:30 pm - 2:50 pm

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