Just had to share - I was just out in my backyard and a hummingbird flew past me so close that I flinched! I remember when I was about ten our family was vacationing at a secluded lake at the end of a long, bumpy, horribly narrow, logging road in northern British Columbia - I saw a hummingbird's nest. I felt like the luckiest person in the whole wide world!
beautiful moment! I know the feeling, you just want to share with someone this delightful moment. thanks for sharing with us.
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I frequently dine on the back deck near our hummingbird feeder. The male and female ruby-throated hummingbirds often visit the feeder early in the morning and in the evening. Thus, they're often flitting and hovering about as I work at my "feeder."
They're very comfortable as long as I sit quietly. They frequently alight on a metal plant hanger near the feeder. Often I can watch them fly to a nearby maple tree where they sit. Last evening I was lucky enough to see one stick out its long, tongue.
I like hummingbirds, but they aren't real common where I live. On the other hand I was sitting on our front step a few minutes ago and suddenly had a road runner flash across the yard about 3' in front of me, followed by a bunch of her chicks. They are feeding all around our yard the last week or so.
Apparently mama road runner came around the corner of the garage and saw me and took off like a rocket and the chicks simply followed her.
by Kenna McHugh 12 months ago
Any suggestions on a reliable hummingbird feeder?I bought one. It leaked and was a joke. Please help me find a reliable one that can keep my hummingbirds happy.
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
I discovered a hummingbird nest in my front yard with two teeny, tiny eggs in it.This particular bird apparently isn’t too bright. The nest is located out in the open and on a branch that waves around in the wind.I shall give daily reports here. They will not be censored. Whatever happens,...
by Paul Edmondson 8 years ago
How to attract Hummingbirds to a new feeder?I just put up a new hummingbird feeder with sugar water (no die) and I'm wondering if I need to do anything to get hummingbirds to come for a drink.
by zeke2100 3 years ago
Have you ever had an "interaction" with a hummingbird? Did it acknowledge your presence?One day in the garden, a pesky pigeon was wanting to eat on our flowers. I got out the broom to chase it away. The pigeon flew to the roof next door to wait until I went inside, only to return after I...
by sarovai 8 years ago
Write something about Humming birds!
by hubpoint 6 years ago
How small are hummingbirds?
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