My wife and I have welcomed some annual visitors this summer, although not quite as many as usual. Nevertheless, my wife especially loves visits from hummingbirds. She has placed numerous feeders on our property to try to entice visits from these terrific birds. My mother-in-law has had much better luck, having tons of hummingbirds at her feeders lately. So many hummingbirds (we call them "hummers") can be seen under her carport that they look like bees swarming around her feeders. It is fun just to sit under the carport and hear their hum as they approach for food. They are incredible birds.
As a matter of fact, I read where their wings flap around 50 times per minute (even up to 200 times per minute). In addition, their diet is unusual in that they eat about 50% of their weight in sugar each day (kind of like me).
God has a special interest in birds. In Matthew 6, Jesus tells us to look at birds in order to not be anxious. Verse 26 reads, "Look at the birds of the air, that they do not sow, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns, and yet your Heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth much more than they?" Also, Matthew 10:29 proclaims how "not one (sparrow) will fall to the ground" without the Father being aware.
I heard someone say years ago, "Where do the birds go when it rains?" I really don't know the answer to this. Yet, God takes care of them in miraculous ways.
It's comforting to know that God has loving watchful eye on His children at all times. In good times and bad, He's looking at us. Meeting needs. Comforting. Encouraging. Perhaps the old song says it all, "His eye is on the sparrow and I know He watches me."