1: Baby hummingbirds are kept hidden in nests for protection.

2: The nests are often high up in trees, making them hard to spot.

3: Baby hummingbirds lack coloration, blending well with surroundings.

4: They rely on their parents for food and care.

5: Baby hummingbirds are vulnerable to predators when outside their nests.

6: Their small size and rapid growth make them hard to see.

7: Most people aren't looking up, missing these tiny birds.

8: The elusive nature of baby hummingbirds adds to their mystique.

9: So next time you see a hummingbird, remember the unseen babies nearby.