The U.S Wildlife Service recently posted a picture to Facebook that everyone should see before spring.
 
More than 250,000 people have shared it, and you should to.
 
They’re warning everyone to check the branches of their trees before you prune them. Why? Because there could be hummingbird nests in the trees, and they’re so tiny you would otherwise miss them.

Hummingbird eggs are tiny, about the size of jelly beans! Please remember to carefully check for nests before you trim…

Posted by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday, May 3, 2016

The tiny birds can be found from Alaska to Chile, so you’re likely to see them no matter where in America you live.

“Hummingbird eggs are tiny, about the size of jelly beans! Please remember to carefully check for nests before you trim trees and shrubs this spring.” the Service wrote.

Hummingbird nest and eggs
 
They love to make their homes in gardens because they are secluded and quiet.
 
So make sure to lift the branches before you do your spring cleaning on the garden this year!