1: Hummingbirds usually lay 1-3 eggs per clutch.

2: Incubation period for hummingbird eggs is around 14-23 days.

3: Baby hummingbirds stay in the nest for about 3 weeks.

4: Young hummingbirds are fed by their mother.

5: Mother hummingbirds provide warmth and protection.

6: Baby hummingbirds grow rapidly and develop quickly.

7: Once fledged, young hummingbirds learn to fly and feed independently.

8: Juvenile hummingbirds have a higher mortality rate.

9: Only a small percentage of baby hummingbirds survive to adulthood.