Metal Travel Mug
Slipping in for Another Sipby Ralph S. Carlson
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ABOUT THE ART
An Allen's Hummingbird slips its beak into a blossom of Mexican Sage for another sip of nectar before lofting to chase away the others competing for feeding time in the same patch -- in La Verne, California. Hummingbirds can move the tongue up to 13 times per second.