The hummingbird preforms a vital service as a pollinator. Many trees and plants would not be able to reproduce without the help of the hummingbird. Have you ever wondered how the hummingbird transfers the pollen from one location to another? If so, this post will provide you with the answer.
The pollen will get on the hummingbird’s bill and feathers as they are trusting their beaks within a flower to feed. At each flower that the hummingbird visits throughout the day they will leave a little pollen and collect some more from that flower. The result of this process will be seeds and fruits which will help serve as a food source for other birds and animals. These animals will then spread or scatter the seeds which will then enable the next generation of plants to come into existence.