Ruby throated Hummingbird

 
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A hummingbird in our perennial garden feeding on a beebalm blossom.

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Guest - Nov 14, 2007 06:04 AM EDT
have just enjoyed looking at this one again, so nice to be able to view this now that all the hummers have departed. My bee balm did do quite well last summer, was surprised how tall it got tho', at least, the bright red plant out front did. The deeper red/purple plant out back didn't get as high
Guest - Jul 22, 2007 11:32 AM EDT
Thanks for the great comments Alandra,Abba,and Anne,I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Guest - Jul 21, 2007 04:57 PM EDT
It is so really great to see the hummingbird among the flowers. This was another beautiful walk for me today. *g* A busy little hummer enjoying its treat!!! *g* A gift of home. Wonderful. Anne
Guest - Jul 21, 2007 01:21 PM EDT
Very nice photo with great DOF. I like being able to see the hummingbird at a distance...gives a feeling of being right there with it!
Guest - Mar 23, 2006 12:54 PM EDT
well, our hummers are back, at least some of them, the mature males, as of 20 March 06 : ) so am enjoying them again. Bought some bee balm a few days ago, must plant it soon, it's supposed to be less invasive, but will do as you mentioned also.
Guest - Feb 20, 2006 05:23 PM EDT
Thanks for the comment,I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Guest - Feb 20, 2006 09:56 AM EDT
That's a great shot!
Guest - Jan 29, 2006 02:16 PM EDT
will try that too, Alex, - did see some at the end of the summer, and am sure the tag stated it was less invasive, but didn't buy it then, should have. Will hafta go back to the garden center and see if it's still there.
Guest - Jan 29, 2006 02:12 PM EDT
Thanks for the comment Alandra,we cut our bee balm down it the fall so it don't re-seed as much.It seems to help.
Guest - Jan 28, 2006 09:45 PM EDT
so pretty, - am so eager to see the hummers again. must get some of those bee balm soon, we did have some years ago, but it got very invasive so we got rid of it, but am hoping to find a type that won't spread as much

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