The kids and I enjoy watching the neighborhood birds very much. Last year we know there were some hummingbirds in the area (some at our feeder) and sure enough we found their teeny tiny nests in the shrubbery (can't say that word without thinking of Monty Python). My question is; will they come back and reuse the nests again? I am asking because the nest site is close enough that I could theoretically get a little tiny camera in the shrub this spring somewhere near it to watch the progress of their offspring as a science lesson for the kids. I could stand by it and take pics daily too, but i worry that would disturb the hummingbirds too much.