Ellen H


It was so dry here in north Alabama during the months of June and July that there isn't much in my garden to photograph, but the hummingbird feeder has been busy. This one was brave enough to approach when I was close enough to snap a few pictures.
The approach
The target
The departure

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  • Janice jenkins
    on Nov 25, 2012

    My Favorite birds & hard to catch a shot like these ...maybe just my camera isn't good enough to catch a Shot of them

  • Melodie Parrish
    on Sep 7, 2014

    I have a question - do you know how or what will keep the wasps and bees away from the hummingbird feeder - they keep chasing away the hummers

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