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May 18, 2015


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Brent Zeinert

Good story and incredible photography of the hummingbirds.


Incredible observations and photos of the hummingbirds. I used to have hundred of hummingbirds fly over the lavender, sage and Mexican sage in California. They were endlessly interesting to watch.

Sally Hanson

This is a beautiful picture of the hummingbirds! What an interesting site you witnessed! The rib cage must have been fascinating to see and realize what had happened. What a time at the cabin!

Julene Bair

Tooth 'n claw. That picture of the humming bird reigning over the other one is positively horrific. Remarkable the defeated one survived to fly away.

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