Some creations in nature bring to mind the wisdom of contentment and warmth. And here it is fairly applied for nests.
Nests are the treetop homes built with so much love and care by birds to look after their babies. But this specific mom-to-be is in a cleverer approach to make her place extra special.
Conservation Officer Bianca Caroline Soares has seen so hummingbird nests rested on branches so many times in the wilds near her place in Paraguay and she finds nothing strange there. But she has found something extremely different on a walk last spring, making her excited.
This has a roof! Soares was so impressed.
As to her words, “I saw five hummingbird nests that day, but this was the most ingenious”.
With the support of the shade here from a leafy roof, this hummingbird’s home looks extra complete and seems a great place to survive the family.
From the first sight of this clever little roofed-nest, Soares has continued to notice this beautiful home spotting the tiny family she had made it for.
As to Soares, “She had two hummingbird babies”.
As to Hummingbird mother’s clever planning, the babies could safely rest in-home and survive even in the hottest days.
As to Soares, this little mom’s smart planning is a great inspiration for all people to love and care more to nature.
This clever hummingbird’s care is a great support to protect her own family. And for the babies, this is a great lesson from their mother about caring for the family. Will hope they will remember their childhood home when it’s time for them to build their own nests.