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  1. #21
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Post your Hummingbird Photos
    If you aren't here to feed us, go away!

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  2. #22
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Post your Hummingbird Photos
    Don't worry, momma's here

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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    You found a nest??? At what height was this nest and in what kind of plant/shrub/tree??
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  4. #24
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike D90 View Post
    You found a nest??? At what height was this nest and in what kind of plant/shrub/tree??
    I have now logged 8 nests in the department. This one is at about 5' in a big potted brugmansia in the shade house. I have another 20' up in the air precariously perched on a distictus vine, one about 2' off the ground on the end of a branch in a navel orange, three 10' up in a bottle brush (a favorite hang-out for the rufous), one right at eye level in a blue cedar, and one on a light fixture on the side of the building. They seem to pick spots quite randomly and without much safety consideration.
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  5. #25
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Post your Hummingbird Photos
    The kids are much happier now that they've had a good feeding

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  6. #26
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Post your Hummingbird Photos
    Waiting patiently for the anna and rufous to leave

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  7. #27
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Post your Hummingbird Photos
    And then dinner

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  8. #28
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Post your Hummingbird Photos
    And we rest

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  9. #29
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Post your Hummingbird Photos
    Dessert

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  10. #30
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    Re: Post your Hummingbird Photos

    Post your Hummingbird Photos
    Shot with Olympus equipment a couple of years ago, looking forward to shooting them with Nikon gear this year !

    The most recent reported sighting puts them at LaSalle, Manitoba which is still ~800 k/500 miles from Saskatoon, won't be long now



    Cheers, Don

    Migration sightings map here > Journey North Spring 2014





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