"Tiny Treasures" shows a couple of precious baby hummingbirds in
Hummingbird nests are usually less than two inches in
diameter. They put soft materials inside of the nest and often
camouflage the outside of the nest with pieces of bark, moss or as shown
in this painting pieces of lichens.
The foreground leaves give the idea
of how small the baby birds and their nests actually are.
This truly is
Art by Carol May because I have never seen a hummer nest in real life.