1: Male hummingbirds are more colorful, with vibrant feathers to attract females.

2: Female hummingbirds are usually larger in size to accommodate the eggs.

3: Males have longer, more elaborate tail feathers for courtship displays.

4: Females incubate the eggs and care for the young while the males defend the territory.

5: Both genders play important roles in the survival of the species.

6: Males are known for their dazzling aerial displays during mating season.

7: Females have a keen sense of direction when it comes to finding food sources.

8: Male hummingbirds are more aggressive and territorial to protect their mates.

9: Despite their differences, both male and female hummingbirds are equally fascinating to observe in nature.