National Geographic : 1947 Aug
The National Geographic Magazine A Dainty Luncheon Guest Disdainfully Eyes an Interloping Bee The honey solution in the numerous vials and test-tube feeders attracts bees and wasps. A bird often runs its long beak into a feeder, only to remove it with disgust when it finds an insect inside. © National geographicc Society Kodachroecs by IIaroltl ]. Edgerton Colored Ends of Feeding Vials Attract Hungry Visitors Red is their favorite hue. When a hummingbird hovers, as here, wings move with a sculling, or figure-eight, motion. Here the wings are seen in the forward position of the stroke.