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#86396
I plant lost of hummingbird friendly plants in my pollinator garden, lots of them around the deck and waterfall so there always around when I am sitting outside, I have feeders but I take them down for the summer since there are plenty of flowers for them.

Male Anna's
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I like to get pictures of them at the flowers, I don't worry about freezing the wings.
Anna's juvenile female.
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Rufous juvenile male, the young males dominate the yard for the summer, the adults leave by the end of June.
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Hummingbirds spend most there day perched watching for other hummingbirds guarding there patch.
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Juvenile Rufous Hummingbird and Salvia exserta.
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Young rufous and Salvua "Hot Lips"
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Young rufous and hardy fucsia.
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Rufous juvenile and Salvia "Black and Blue"
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Young Anna's and Bee Balm.
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Rufous among the flowers.
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Male Rufous Hummingbird on a rhodondendron bud.
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In the spring the first place I will see the rufous is in the waterfall.
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#86400
quadrakid wrote:Wonderful pictures,really great.
Thanks! Glad you liked them.
Amazing! I tried to 'fake' the plant scene this summer by attaching snipped blossoms to the hummingbird feeder, but it never quite worked out. :lol:
I haven't had much luck with that either, I find having plants near where I am taking pictures of other birds works best then when a hummingbird comes by I will get pictures of them also.

Thanks!
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