Throughout the year, Ruby-throats inhabit three main biomes:
temperate forest, tropical rainforest, and tropical deciduous forest.
Their summer ecological niche consists of woods, orchards and gardens.
They are often found near mature trees, for nesting, and abundant supply of
flowering plants to feed their young. They share this habitat with an
assortment of deciduous trees, flowering plants, and a wide variety of animals,
some being the yellow-bellied sapsucker, hawks, blue jays,
spiders, small flying insects and humans. Ruby-throats play 3 crucial
roles in their niche as a predator, prey and pollinator. To find out more
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winter, they mainly inhabit tropical rainforests, which are teeming with
an assortment of flowering plants. The dense plant growth also
provides maximum protection against predators.