Watch the "Hummers" that come to our feeders.

by Terry E. Kilgore
(Cumberland Plateau, TN)

These feeders are maybe 12' away from our deck where I sit with my "point & shoot" camera on the railing and zoom-in on them!


Filtered water and sugar is the solution used in these feeders.. usually 1 cup water / 1/4 cup sugar is the typical ratio.

Ever seen a Hummingbird "blink"?

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Feb 19, 2012
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Watch Her drink
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Watch her throat as she "drinks"!



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