Cattle Egret, Bulbucus ibis

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Looks Like They're Moving In

The Ruby Throated Hummingbirds are regular as clockwork at the feeder now, just one pair, so far, more may come. They aren't really hard to photograph, it just takes a little more effort. They move almost constantly, they are small, and fast. They do get used to humans, and that makes photos easier to come by.

3 comments:

paradise said...

They buzz my face when I wear sunglasses! Guess they are asking me *Where Are you?*!!

tsiya said...

They see a direct stare as a threat, sunglasses make your eyes look bigger. This is why many butterflies have the big fake eyes on their wings.
I'm ready for some sunshine, how about you?

paradise said...

Yeah Baby!!!

We're Really in *The Swamp* here, LOL!

Could put 60-70 more yds. of great garden soil down, if this would just let up for a while!

Ah well, it will be hot n steamy soon enough! My type of paradise weather!

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