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Great Video of Injured Baby Hummingbird Being Nurtured Back to Health

October 04, 2010 | 106,839 views
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The man who found this tiny bird lying on the sidewalk took it home hoping to nurse it back to health.

He took the little fledgling outside, where it perched on a stick in his hand. He took it around to the flowers to get nectar. The poor little bird seemed to have a broken wing.

As the man sat with the bird cupped in his hands, he was stunned to see the mother hummingbird hovering nearby. She approached the man carefully, first flying around his head. The baby bird called out to its mother, and the mama bird came in closer.

You won’t believe what happened next ...

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