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Bird Watching

Shy Hummingbird

I have a couple of hummingbird feeders just outside my backdoor. I can walk out and watch, without my camera, as the hummingbird partakes of the nectar I blend. If I bring my camera out and just wait, patiently, he/she will either not show up or hides on the backside of the feeder. You can just see his tail feathers in one of the images.

I’m determined to get a shot of this shy or perhaps, sly guy. He really does keep an eye on me while I’m watching him; he’ll stop drinking ( or whatever it is they do) and peek over at me. He’s really diligent about watching his surroundings.

 

Keeping a Watchful Eye

Mural

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Ducky

Heron

Kind of long distance, so apologies. Due to the location this was about as close as I could get. Plus, I was actually trespassing on Reservation Land. Since I am part Cherokee I was able to justify it in my mind :-).

Synchronized Flight

Herons along the Duwamish River in South Park, Seattle.

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Humming Along*

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  • In reference to getting to the 400 Follower milestone on this blog.
  • update: According to another count on my blog it states I have 508 Followers. So, who knows? Either stat is fine with me🙂.

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