Hummingbird nests are tiny, so take care not to remove them from their homes.

Hummingbirds are known for their tiny nests and eggs. These nests are carefully constructed and are typically no bigger than a golf ball. They are often built on tree branches or in shrubs, using materials such as twigs, leaves, and spider silk. The eggs, which are about the size of a jelly bean, are usually white or off-white in color with small speckles. The female hummingbird takes great care in incubating the eggs, keeping them warm and protected until they hatch. Once the eggs hatch, the mother hummingbird tirelessly feeds and cares for her chicks until they are ready to leave the nest.