What’s unique about the ruby-throated hummingbird’s migration?
A It flies with other bird species
B It does it just once in its lifetime
C It prefers to migrate alone
Unlike other birds, ruby-throated hummingbirds prefer to migrate alone, rather than in large flocks. By migrating alone, they can take better advantage of available food supplies. They fly during the day, staying low in the air to watch for feeding opportunities, and rest at night.
The correct answer is It prefers to migrate alone.