Hummingbird at Flower Cross Stitch Pattern
Stitch Size: 250w x 214h
Number of Colors: 59 DMC
Hummingbirds fly quickly and can dart upward, downward, backward, or forward with remarkable speed. Their long, slender bills are especially suited for sucking nectar from flowers, even the deep-throated or trumpet-shaped flowers, such as the honeysuckle and trumpet flower. The long tongue of the hummingbird is also a useful tool for obtaining food from places difficult to reach. The end of the tongue is forked, and the edges of the two parts curl together to form a double trough through which the bird laps flower nectar into its mouth.
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