1: Hummingbird eggs incubate for about 16-18 days.

2: Mother birds keep the eggs warm with their bodies.

3: The incubation period varies depending on species.

4: Eggs are typically laid in small, cup-shaped nests.

5: Egg turning helps ensure even heat distribution.

6: Regularly checking the nest is crucial for successful hatching.

7: Hummingbird parents take turns incubating the eggs.

8: A warm, stable environment is essential for embryonic development.

9: After hatching, chicks are fed a diet of nectar and insects.