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Patient of the Week: Orphaned Anna’s Hummingbird

After losing its mother and sibling, this nestling hummingbird, thought to have little chance of survival, has successfully developed into a young adult and has been recently released by Tucson Wildlife Center staff. Seeing the progress this little one made is truly extraordinary due to the fact that newborns rarely survive without their mother which makes this case truly a miracle. We applaud our two hummingbird experts Carol and Patricia who were heavily involved with the rehabilitation of this bird.

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Newborn
After rehabilitation
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    Kyle says:

    That is ridiculously small. 😍

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