Here is a lovely shot of a female Anna's Hummingbird sitting on her nest. When I took this photo, she had two tiny chicks that had recently hatched, however, they were only visible when the mother would leave to gather food. The Anna's Hummingbird constructs its nest out of plant fibers, down, and weed stems, coating the nest with lichens to give it structure. The nest is placed above ground on a tree branch or the stalk or stem of a plant. The female lays two white eggs, which she will incubate for 15 to 17 days. This gorgeous lady is presented as an 8" x 12" print for just $20. Additional sizes are available. Please contact me with any questions or special requests.