Source: American Museum of Natural History Blog

American Museum of Natural History Blog This time of year has many of us looking for something sweet to...

This time of year has many of us looking for something sweet to eat, and Gurney's Sugarbird (Promerops gurneyi) is no different.It inhabits montane scrub and grasslands throughout parts of southeastern Africa, where it forages for the nectar of protea, aloe, and tree-fuschia plants; it also munches on the occasional beetle or bee.Photo: Derek Keats, CC BY 2.0, flickr#nature #GurneysSugarbird #birds #ornithology #dyk #Africahttps://www.instagram.com/p/Ck3GRcPLynS/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=

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