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Do hummingbirds fascinate your child? Are you looking for some fun methods to teach your child about the smallest bird in the world? If you’ve nodded along, then you should consider reading our hummingbird coloring pages post.

The hummingbird is a resilient bird and comes in several bright colors. Being the smallest bird, Hummingbirds interest kids greatly. The smallest hummingbird ever was just 5 centimeters in length. The legs and feet of hummingbirds are so tiny that they can’t even hop, forget walking.

Here are ten incredible humming bird coloring pages for your child. Our hummingbird coloring pages will make a fun learning activity for children during summer holidays and spring break. The coloring pages do not just feature different species of hummingbirds, but also have beautiful flowers in the background. Have a look!

10 Interesting Humming Bird Coloring Pages:

1. A Group Of Hummingbirds:

Here is a lovely humming bird coloring sheet of birds in motion. Do you know how hummingbirds got their name? When the hummingbirds fly, their wings make a humming like sound, hence the name. Their tiny wings beat about 75 times in each second.

2. Hummingbird Sipping Nectar:

Here is a hummingbird coloring page where the bird is sipping nectar from a flower. The hummingbirds use their long beak to suck nectar from the flowers. The beak mainly works as a straw in getting the flower nectar. You can also frame the coloring pages and hang it in your kid’s room.

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3. Ruby Throated Hummingbird:

This coloring sheet features the Ruby Throated Hummingbird. This species of hummingbird is native to North America. The brilliant, red and green bird glitters like jewels in the sun. Flower gardens and feeders are the best way to attract the bird.

4. Swallow-tailed Hummingbird:

The swallow-tailed hummingbird is one of the largest and prettiest species of hummingbird. It is native to the tropical forests of southwestern Brazil and its neighboring areas. The swallow-tailed hummingbird is a long and thin hummingbird and has a swallow like tail. The vibrant colors of the bird offer a fantastic look when grouped together.

5. Spatuletail Hummingbird:

The coloring sheet shows a couple of Spatuletail hummingbird pulling nectar from flowers. Spatuletail Hummingbird is one of the coolest birds. Ask your child to give these hummingbirds some beautiful colors and let him know that Spatuletail hummingbird is an endangered species. And make sure you explain to him what the term endangered species means.

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6. Hummingbird Playing With A Bubble:

The humming bird coloring sheet features a cute hummingbird trying to prick a bubble. A fact that will astonish you is that hummingbirds can fly at 35 miles an hour. Isn’t that amazing for a tiny bird? Share some more fun facts about this impressive bird with your kid as he colors.

7. Rufous Hummingbird:

Here is a coloring of the feistiest hummingbird in North America, the Rufous hummingbird. The brilliant orange and green colored hummingbird is a relentless attacker of feeder and flower. It goes after even the largest of hummingbirds of the Southwest. One fearless hummingbird we must say.

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8. Hopping Hummingbird:

A fun thing about the hummingbird is its ability to fly backward. Almost all the birds can fly steadily at a certain height. But this little bird takes this skill to a whole new level. Its ability to fly backward makes it easier to hop from one flower to another.

9. Black-Chinned Hummingbird:

The black-chinned hummingbird is a tiny, green backed hummingbird of the west. Unlike other types of hummingbirds, the black-chinned hummingbird has no brilliant color except a strip of iridescent purple bordering its chin. The black-chinned hummingbird is widespread all over America and some parts of Asia as well.

10. Anna’s Hummingbird:

Anna’s hummingbird is one of the most common hummingbirds of the Pacific coast. Its sparkling pink throat and emerald feather make it look more like a jewel than a bird. Anna’s Hummingbird is not heavier than a nickel and not larger than a ping-pong ball.

[ Read: Flamingo Coloring Pages ]

Coloring pages of hummingbirds are an excellent way to spend some quality time with your children. The finished images of hummingbirds can also double as wall hangings, wallpapers, and even greeting cards.

Which of these diagrams did your child enjoy coloring the most? Tell us below. Leave a comment.

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