Hummingbirds of Canada ~ Never seen this many before!!!
by Joe Vass
This video was submitted by one of our Facebook "Fans" in Canada.
We were amazed that these hummingbirds were so congenial with each other.
Notice how they seem to share the feeder and even at one point, they seem to share a single feeder port!
Wow!, we were so surprised to see hummingbirds actually sharing a single feeder port!
Our Ruby-throated hummingbirds here in northern Vermont are very competitive and would never do this.
You can learn more about the Ruby-throated hummingbird Here.
British Columbia, Canada is home to quite a few hummingbird species.
Hummingbirds in BRITISH COLUMBIA:
You can find the Allen’s Hummingbird, Anna’s (Anna's Species Page), Hummingbird, Black-chinned Hummingbird, Calliope Hummingbird, Costa’s Hummingbird, Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Ruby-throated Species Page), and the Rufous Hummingbird (Rufous Species Page), in British Columbia.
Learn more about the species in your area. Go to our Species Page find your area in the table and see the species of hummingbirds that have been sighted in that area.
Our Contributor's Note:
We love these little birds, one of natures wonders. These have been filmed at my Cindy's Mom's & at the neighbor's at Christina Lake, British Columbia, Canada.