Note: These Challenge Questions coincide with the Spring 2001 Reports
Date: Tue May 08 2001 - 13:49:45 EDT
Next message: Rosemary Nunnally: "Challenge Question #26"
I think that hummingbirds might be able to locate
the feeders because of the color of the red food,
and also the fact that almost all feeders have
red or yellow on them. Hummers might also be
able to smell the food so they can find it even
when it is still to far away to be seen. If
there is not enough flowers in one area they
eat sap and they need to be able to smell the
sap because sap has no distinct color for them to see.
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