1: Hummingbird males have vibrant colors and flashy markings, while females are more subdued.

2: Males have longer tail feathers for dramatic displays during mating rituals.

3: Females are the primary caretakers of the nest and young chicks.

4: Both genders play important roles in pollinating flowers and feeding on insects.

5: Male hummingbirds have a distinctive territorial behavior to attract mates.

6: Females are often larger in size compared to males of the same species.

7: Males have a higher pitched trill while females have a softer, lower chirp.

8: Both genders have remarkable flying abilities and rapid wing beats.

9: Understanding the differences between male and female hummingbirds can enhance your birdwatching experience.