hanging bird in the air: beekeeper

Bee birds come to my country from South Africa to breed first spring. They nest in the tunnels they open into kumun, where they are young. They nest in the areas where stream beds are located, where sandy areas are often found. These birds, like their name implies, love to eat bees. The fields of bushes and reeds are for their habitat to be able to breed and feed. The bees they grabbed from their needles, after they have torn their needles. Like all the birds that feed on insects, they throw shells and other indigestible pieces out. These residues mix with nature to ensure the continuity of natural balance. Those who are dealing with apiculture are very important in balancing the bee populations, who eat wild and donkey bees that damage honey bees, even though birds think they harm them.

Physical Constructions

When a bee's name is heard, it looks like a bee-like bird. However, this name is only due to their nutritional forms. They have a pointed and long gag, like woodpeckers. The beaks are black and curved downward towards the end. The wing structures and tails are clearly sharpened. All bodies are made of a lot of color. It is difficult to notice among colorful flowers in natural habitats. It is the most colorful birds known in our country. Regionally, their heads are red and brown, their necks are very dark yellow, and their body is decorated with blue tones. The black lines in the neck with the rubbings of your eyes have a pretty nice appearance. It can be seen when high branches come out and wait for hunting to catch insects and bees. Compared to other birds, it flies very quickly and hangs almost in the air. In order to hunt fast beetles like bees, they move quite aggressively, and almost always their prey succeeds.