Friday, October 24, 2014
PART 3- THE HOT AND HAZY AFTERNOON OF THE HUMMINGBIRD MIGRATION ON SEPTEMBER 1
The end of the first lazy, hazy, crazy day of September found thick humidity just hanging in hot air with perfume of the night blooming jasmine flowers. Iced Tea was invented for this kind of afternoon. Hundreds of bees are buzzing along with hundreds of hummers humming. I am just sitting here taking it all in and capturing all the birds I can in the camera! Funny how time happens to all of us in different ways. We were all in September 1 at the same time, yet all with unique experience of what that day was to you. Anyway, it was a great day for me shared here for you! Enjoy!
Everybody wants a drink on this hot day! They seem to work it out!
Link to G+ Photo Albums:
Breeder Male- Ruby-throated Hummingbird.
Juvenile male- Ruby-throated Hummingbird and honeybee.
Female- Ruby-throated Hummingbird.
This juvenile male is just beginning to get his red throat.
The red throat is known as a gorget.
He is able to flash his partial red!
Elisabeth is an old female I have seen for many years now.
...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See you next time!
Sweet Dreams My Friends!