Colorado Man Attaches Tiny Hummingbird Feeders to His Glasses for a Close up View of the Birds | 22 Words

Bird watching is a very popular hobby and there's only a handful of us lucky enough to get a close-up encounter with our feathered friends.

Keep scrolling to check out the amazing way in which a Colorado man got himself a close-up with a group of hummingbirds...

Bird watching is a wonderfully popular activity...

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And the number of birds you can be lucky enough to encounter is endless!

Including the Secretary Bird...

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What an expressive face!

And the Goura Victoria...

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Jealous of that fascinator.

The Gray Nightjar...

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Literally looks like a rock.

The Longtailed Tit...

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What a cutie!

The Mountain Bluebird...

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Looks like a child's painting!

The Victoria Crowned Pigeon...

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Amazing colors.

Here's the Nicobar Pigeon...

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Now that's a statement necklace.

The Grandala...

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Definitely winning the prize for best name.

The Quetzel...

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Truly amazing colors.

The Bearded Reedling...

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Literally just a big ball of fluff.

The Bohemian Waxwing...

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A killer hairstyle!

The Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher...

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Loving these bright tones.

The Strawberry Finch...

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Very aptly named!

The Black-Throated Bush Tit...

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Now that's a tongue-twister.

The Crested Duck...

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Literally looks like it's wearing a wig.

The Inca Tern...

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We'd never seen a bird with a mustache before.

The Mandarin Duck...

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Now this is a duck.

The Golden Pheasant...

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Truly majestic.

And of course...

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The Hummingbird.

Even though these gorgeous little birds are relatively quite rare here in the United States...

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Some bird watchers sometimes get very lucky in catching a glimpse of these speedy little creatures.

But one bird watcher had a genius idea to get a close-up of this little birds...

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And it sure as hell worked a treat!

This unnamed man is from Colorado...

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And as you can see, he's wearing some rather unusual glasses.

The plastic flowers attached to his glasses are actually tiny feeders...

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And they're filled with sugar water - something that Hummingbirds love. And within seconds, his first little visitor arrives.

And before he knows it...

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The man has an entire group of hummingbirds helping themselves to the sugar water.

It really is a wonderful sight...

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And as the birds are chirping happily, the man is seen to slowly smile in order to not startle the fragile birds.

At one point...

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The man has 6 hummingbirds at once feeding from his glasses. Amazing.

Watch the remarkable footage here...

And make sure to keep scrolling to read about the tiny birds that look like balls of fluff...