Do hummingbirds migrate by riding "piggyback" on other birds? This persistent
bit of folklore - usually ...
Hummingbird: It is a myth that a hummingbird hitchhikes on the back of a Canada
... had to hitch rides on bigger birds--just like folks used to believe that
hummingbirds ... What are some other hummingbird myths? (Part 1).
Hummingbirds have no legs or feet. Obviously, hummingbirds do not fly
continuously around the clock.
Is it true that hummingbirds migrate south by catching rides on the backs of
Canada Geese and other large birds? I remember reading this a ...
Aug 22, 2006 ... Someone once told me they hitch a ride on the back of a Canada goose. but I ...
Do hummingbirds migrate by riding "piggyback" on other birds?
Sep 20, 2008 ... Maybe people originally thought it was impossible for the tiny hummingbird to
migrate south on its own and believed that hitching a ride under ...
Q: Do hummingbirds really migrate on the backs of geese? ... any hitchhiking
hummingbird that didn't starve before its ride finally headed south would have a ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Do Hummingbirds Ride on Other Birds?&v=SvMpq2bMEp4
May 29, 2009 ... Hummingbirds migrate from the north, usually Canada and New England, ...
gardener who has specialized in butterflies and birds since 1979.
These little birds can fly far and fast and there are a few types that do this ... Many
hummingbirds will also have to cross other obstacles during migration, like the ...
Sep 30, 2009 ... Apparently, a reader had heard that hummingbirds ride geese in migration and
wanted to ... Yeah…and other birds turn into mice for the winter.
Oct 1, 2009 ... Though, as was posted yesterday, hummingbirds do not ride geese (or any other
species) south during migration, sometimes a bird will briefly ...