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Published on May 29, 2009
Hummingbirds can fly as high as 500 feet when they are migrating, but they generally stay at the height of their favorite flowers and trees while they are feeding and nesting. Learn more about hummingbird flight patterns with information from a national wildlife steward in this free video on bird life.
Expert: Barbara Ann Dewitt Contact: www.browardaudubon.org Bio: Barbara Ann Dewitt is a national wildlife steward and master gardener who has specialized in butterflies and birds since 1979. Filmmaker: Paul Muller