How to Draw a Hummingbird

January 23rd, 2011

How to Draw a Hummingbird

It’s been a while since a new post went up, and for a site that is dedicated to birds, you would think that there would be more then one species of bird submitted on here. This post is going to show you how to draw a hummingbird, step by step. Humming birds are one of the worlds most smallest birds, and yet they still have the ability to be amazingly beautiful and mysterious. One always gets excited when a Hummingbird appears in backyards, in front of the kitchen window, or even in the flower garden. There are several ways you can draw these wonderful birds to your dwelling. One way is to get a hummingbird feeder and fill it with a good quality nectar. Another way is to grow flowers that are rich with natural sweet nectars of their own. Some cool facts about the hummingbird are as follows; the first cool fact is the speed of how fast their wings flutter. Did you know that when a hummingbird is in flight, their wings flap eighty times per second? Now that is fast. Their hearts are also fast beaters. The heart rate for a hummingbird beats about one thousand, two hundred sixty beats per minute. No matter what types of facts I list, there is one thing that is certain, learning how to draw a hummingbird is going to be fun, and colorful. This bird species is one of my favorite because they are among the beautifulest birds in existence.

How to Draw a HummingbirdHow to Draw a Hummingbird

How to Draw a HummingbirdHow to Draw a Hummingbird

How to Draw a HummingbirdHow to Draw a Hummingbird

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