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72 Oz. Hummingbird Feeder

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Best-1 Hummingbird Feeder 72 oz. (BEST72)

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The Original Best-1 Hummingbird Feeder 72 oz. Plastic bottle, bee/wasp proof, built-in perch, & 8 feeding stations. Replacement parts available, base separates for easier cleaning, no O ring required, will not rust, ready to hang, & made in the USA. 12.00 inches tall x 6.50 inches long x 6.50 inches wide

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  • The best hummingbird feeder on the market
  • 72 ounce capacity
  • Separates for easy cleaning
  • Makes a great gift!

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How hummingbirds got their name

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Hummingbirds has electrified as well as pleased folks since historical times. Dating back to historic Egypt these little creatures has been call multiple names. However it was not before 1882 that this fascinating bird was name the Hummingbird. If you pay attention close you will see or rather hear exactly where the name comes from. The wings of the very small bird moved in such a rapid rate that it certainly hum. That’s precisely where the name humming bird came to be.

The wings beat in such a rapid speed that it’s a blur. Hummingbirds flap their wings in excess of 50 times a second. Different types of hummingbirds, like the larges of the family of hummingbirds, the Giant hummingbird beat its wing a great deal less, at around 15 beats per second. However the Cuban Bee Hummingbird (resembles a large bee) was documented the fastest time, over 80 times per second.

Hummingbirds were consistently considered unique and different.

With its speed and agility, the hummingbird can maneuver like no other bird on earth. The versatility of the wing at the shoulder makes it possible for all of them to fly similar to a helicopter. In fact they are called the living helicopter. They can stop in midair and hover. They can shift side-to-side, up or down. They can possibly do the things that no bird on earth can do they can shift backwards. While all birds get their flight power only from the strength of the downward stroke, the hummingbirds can rely also on the strong up-ward stroke. They can stop immediately and make a smooth landing.

As a result of their limited foot control, hummingbirds do not hop from branch to branch. Though they can perch from time to time when feeding or resting. Hummingbirds don’t walk much; they would rather fly from branch to branch. They can generate tremendous velocity in an instance. Their wings go to maximum velocity prior to taking off, so they do not have to shove off like the majority of birds. They depend completely on their wing strength.

Hummingbirds have the greatest rate of metabolism of any animal. They have the quickest rate in processing food. With their fast heart rate and incredible wing speed, hummingbirds must constantly feed. They devote all day refueling.

Hummingbirds have consistently captivated and astonished people historically will continue to amaze us here in the present and in the future.

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Epiphone Hummingbird Acoustic Guitar,Heritage Cherryburst

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Epiphone Hummingbird Acoustic Guitar,Heritage Cherryburst

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The Hummingbird is instantly recognizable both in look and with its warm acoustic tone. Made with Mahogany back and sides and a Solid Spruce top that actually improves with age.

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  • Set mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard and split parallelogram inlays
  • 25.5-inch scale; 1.68-inch nut width
  • Floral/hummingbird pickguard graphic
  • Chrome Epiphone tuning machines
  • Mahogany back and sides with solid spruce top

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