This video features clips of ruby-throated hummingbirds hovering, eating, fighting, and, yes, even resting. You'll also see a Nessus Sphinx moth, an insect referred to as a "hummingbird moth", because it's often confused for a very small hummingbird. (Note: a similar type of moth is known as a Hummingbird Clearwing Moth. There's a photo of one of these on Pictures of the Week Page 1, and a photo of them mating in Photo Gallery 7)
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