True Facts: The Hummingbird Warrior
Not a moth.
Dr. Anusha Shankar (https://anushashankar.weebly.com/) for her guidance, enthusiasm and research on torpor.
Dr. Margaret Rubega (https://rubegalab.uconn.edu/) and the University of Connecticut
for our conversation and her introductions.
Dr. Alejandro Rico-Guevara (http://www.alejorico.com/) and the University of Washington
for the incredible media related to the tongue and all of his guidance.
Dr. Don Powers (https://dpowerslab.com/) and the Powers Research Lab for their
footage on energy conservation.
Dr. Kristiina Hurme (http://kristiinahurme.com/) for her amazing work on weaponized beaks
Dr. Chris Clark (https://biology.ucr.edu/people/faculty/Clark.html) and UC Riverside for our conversation and
all of the wonderful footage related to the dives and and displays.
Dr. Gregor Yanega (https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregoryanega97116/) for the footage of birds pilfering spider food.
FLIR Thermal Cameras (FLIR.com) for the psychedelic heat mapping footage
RuthLes Productions (https://www.youtube.com/user/RuthLesProductions2) for the wonderful footage of the
hummer in torpor, as well as the lovely phone chat.
Tracy Kerestesh (http://www.tracyportraits.com) for the footage of insect eating.
The Arizona Daily Star (https://tucson.com/) for letting me use the footage of a hummer collecting
spider webs outside of their window
Tom Grey (http://tgreybirds.com/) for his very special photo of hummingbirds mating…
which is not easy to capture
Additional footage used under license from: