Internet game about hummingbirds

This video is called Full Documentary – Incredible Nature: Hummingbirds – Magic in the Air.

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

New Citizen Science Blog Takes Flight

The citizen science program at the Cornell Lab invites you to be the first to preview a new kind of blog. Our new Citizen Science Blog is a blog inspired by the contributions and passions of citizen scientists—like you!

In its inaugural month, Citizen Science Blog will start with a look at everyone’s favorite winged jewels, hummingbirds! Can you match the speed of a hummingbird’s wings with your fingers? Find out in the interactive game, Beat the Beats. Plus, see how much liquid you’d have to consume to eat like a hummingbird. Check in often as new posts are added weekly.

7 thoughts on “Internet game about hummingbirds

  1. Hummingbirds are my favorite I really enjoyed watching this 🙂 I have several plants and 5 feeders, I barely see them…one day as I was putting the clean solution backup I heard a buzzing sounds behind me, a little female could not wait for me to hang the feeder… so I stood there holding the feeder enjoying a up close look at these amazing little birds.
    Thanks for sharing Kitty. Hugs


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