Hummingbird nests are roughly the size of half a walnut shell and are made of plant down, spiderwebs, moss, lichens, and plant fibers that the little bird has collected.
Twigs, mud and horsehair must be too coarse for hummingbirds!
They make their nests out of soft, delicate stuff: moss, lichen, plant down (like milkweed fluff) and spiderwebs.
Their tiny little nests the size of a nectarine, cut in half and pitted. Aww.
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