One Word Photo Challenge – Humingbird


My entry

This Week’s Challenges: August 13 – 19 (OWPC & WW)

One Word Photo: Hummingbird & Weekly Weather: Hurricane Challenges

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5 Responses to One Word Photo Challenge – Humingbird

  1. Dagny says:

    Such cute little birds. Thank you for sharing these photos. I had a hummingbird feeder when I lived in Missouri and one year our crowd had babies. I forget now if the number we saw at the same time was eleven or fourteen.

    • We were lucky to be in read when the migration of hummus passed throw the area. We no longer have bird feeders out as it is really not fair to the neighbors. Not everyone likes bird droppings on their patios.

  2. DailyMusings says:

    Love your photos Betty! Such wonderful little birds!

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  4. lghiggins says:

    We had to take our hummingbird feeder down this summer in Northern NM as we had a bear problem, and we did everything we could to NOT attract any bears. It turned out OK though as our annuals did real well on our deck and the hummingbirds were attracted to them–especially the red petunias.

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