Little Miracles

We've been fortunate this season with regular visits to our Hummingbird feeders.  With the end of the September drawing near, we are still witnessing daily visits from migrants as they move through our area.

Hummingbirds are truly little miracles to watch and enjoy.


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  Ruby-throated Hummingbird (female)


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Comments

Gunilla Bäck said…
Gorgeous little birds. We don't have them here.
Stephanie said…
I am always amazed how the photographer can capture these little birds so clearly, as they move so fast. Great captures!
Brian King said…
Beautiful! We still have some females and juvies hanging around.
Hilary said…
These are just wonderful snaps. We haven't seen any around here for the past week or so. I was certain they'd hang around until October. I miss them already so thanks for these.
What great shots you got... rare to see this delicate bird without a blur of flaps.
Stephen Hayes said…
This little guy doesn't have too long a beak. Some of them look absurdly long but I guess they evolved that way for a reason.
Lisa Gordon said…
Beautiful photographs of these sweet little ones, Daniel.
Pamela Gordon said…
You took some very beautiful photos of these late migrators. We haven't had one here since the 12th. I'd be shocked to see one now.
lotusleaf said…
Lovely birds. It must be so peaceful to watch them.
lotusleaf said…
Lovely birds. It must be so peaceful to watch them.
Felicia said…
beautiful. they are all gone here in Pa.
Sylvia K said…
Such beautiful birds and wonderful captures for the day, Daniel!! Thanks for sharing!!
TexWisGirl said…
some have moved on from us and a few remain to drink the sugarwater. :)
NC Sue said…
The hummers have flown on this year - I look forward to seeing them again!
NC Sue said…
The hummers have flown on this year - I look forward to seeing them again!
Valerie said…
Wonderful captures of these gorgeous birds. I had my first experience of them during a house exchange on Vancouver Island back in February - they are fascinating to watch. Thanks for reviving my memories of that visit.

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