The north side of our front yard is a certified National Wildlife Federation Backyard Habitat. Really! We have a certificate! It is so much fun to see all of the critters that stop by for a visit. I'm beginning a new series of posts to show you our Garden Guests.
What do you think of this lovely little hummingbird? I am pretty excited that a couple of my photos turned out so well!
The hummingbirds' annual migration is absolutely remarkable to me. Have you ever tracked them using this map?
I'd like to invite you to some parties this week. One is today at Inspiration Café. Link any gardening post!
Another party is tomorrow at Holli's Hoots and Hollers. It's all about music! Grab a song and link up at Tuesday Tunes!
Don't forget to come back RIGHT HERE for Tuesdays with a Twist! Link up just about anything you like!
My song this week? Have you heard The Speakeasies? Oh, how I love them! This is their video of Bright Lights Late Nights.
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What fantastic pictures you have. They really are fascinating birds! Found you at Inspiration Cafes awesome linky party!ReplyDelete
Great photo's, Marci! Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
I used to see hummingbirds at my grandma's house when I was little. She had feeders and I'd love to watch them come and eat!ReplyDelete
That's so cool about your backyard. Pretty awesome!
I love to watch my hummingbirds! You got some great pics! Never heard of the Speakeasies...how fabulous! Thanks for mentioning the party girl!ReplyDelete
I love hummingbirds too. I have a little sun flower pot with a feeder next to it. I wish I had a bigger garden but that is the best I can do because of disability. I will live vicariously through all the blogs you feature though. thanks. I may pull out the photobooks and get my old pics of my old gardens that I miss.ReplyDelete
Wow so gorgeous, what a beautiful view you must have of your visitors thanks for linking ith inspiration cafeReplyDelete
I just love that swing thing! Never heard of the Speakeasies (that's why I love TT for new sound discoveries!).Neat little band!ReplyDelete
Those are some great shots of the humming bird Marci- I love those birds! They are always such a sweet surprise and remind me of a butterfly but better! How cool that you have a National Wildlife forest for your front yard.ReplyDelete
Love your blog. I just followed you and hoping you'll follow back :)ReplyDelete
Love, love, love hummingbirds!!! Great pics! Found your post on Memories by the Mile!ReplyDelete
We'd love to have this post linked at our SUPER SUNDAY Link Party, live now through Tuesday evening!
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Hello, I love the sweet hummers. Beautiful shots. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Lovely photos of a wonderful bird!ReplyDelete
Have a great week-end!
Hello!:) Beautiful captures of the lovely hummers!ReplyDelete
THANKS! So lovely. I have never seen this little birds.ReplyDelete
We love trackin' the hummers, but don't put feeders up since we split our time between the mountain "high country" and the coastal "low country" in the southeast. Our hummers showed up here in mid March. There's plenty on which they can "stock up".
Great photo captures.
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Hawk aka BrownDog
Beautiful shots of the hummingbirds. I hope you have a lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
How fortunate you are to have a wildlife preserve in your yard! Love the hummingbird photos!ReplyDelete
What agreat photos Marci. I once tried to photograph a butterfly and it was a big blur. So I am very impressed with your photography skills.ReplyDelete