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August 30, 2012

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Julie, thanks for the nice words about my photos. Yours are always so wonderful so I appreciate those comments from you! Enjoy the remaining days of your hummingbirds!

Julie G.

Nancy, these are all fabulous! Great action shots! It's always a delight to watch the aerial displays. We have so many Ruby-throated Hummingbirds at our feeders, I cannot even begin to count them.

The Zen Birdfeeder

Linda, they sure do but it gives us a chance to get two of them in a single image, which is tough in this part of the country!Margaret, like choosing a favorite child or favorite pet? Hard!!
Barbara, I still struggle with in-flight bird images and often don't have the patience required!!

Linda Quinn

They are all lovely! Those guys take "territorial" to a whole new level!

Barbara

Wonderful - my hummers take one look at my camera and buzz off - much to my dismay... so I love seeing yours Nancy - love them all.

Margaret

How can you choose?

The Zen Birdfeeder

Thanks Alan!
Daniel, that's a fabulous shot on your blog. It is a juvenile male with just one little red feather showing!
Ellen, I like that one too.

Ellen

These are all great shots! We're having the same battles at our hummingbird feeder. I especially like the "do-se-do" in the middle photo.

Daniel LaFrance

Love seeing behavioural shots!

We are seeing a steady stream of Hummers passing through. Posted a shot on my blog and think (aka guess) it's male juvenile.

http://danielspixelcollective.blogspot.ca/2012/08/passing-through.html

Alan

Love all of these Nancy!

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