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Inspired by Pow Wow regalia, Holy Bear has spent the last few years working on neo-traditional pendants and earrings depicting florals and animals like hummingbirds and swallows made from antique Venetian seed beads.
New Komodo dragon and hummingbird exhibits are also moving forward nearby.
For nasturtiums, the spur likely evolved for a hummingbird in its native Central and South America, though bees and beetles also frequent the flowers.
McKnight opened Dot’s with her sister in 1985, and the business, named after her mother, Dorothy, has been serving up cinnamon rolls, peach cobbler and hummingbird cake to sweet-toothed passersby at Jack London since the mid-1990s.
The recipes range from retro favorites like hummingbird muffins and deviled ham, to new traditions like Cornbread Salad and Paper Bag Chicken.
No one wants to see a hummingbird slam into a glass door over and over.
Later, our host drove us to a distant part of the reserve to see its new hummingbird park, primarily built to entice local Ecuadoreans to better appreciate and conserve their unique natural heritage.
Picking dinosaurs out the reptile family tree—from mighty Tyrannosaurus to a bee hummingbird—requires an evolutionary perspective.
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