Saturday, January 17, 2015
GOOD MORNING AT THE HUMMINGBIRD MIGRATION REVIEW OF 9 23 A
Good Morning to all you sleepy heads out there! I wish I could show you all how wonderful it is to charge outside before dawn and watch the hummingbirds wake up and begin their breakfast run to the feeders! They wake up slowly also, and it is the early bird that gets the nectar 'worm' . We all have a busy day ahead in the garden, but it is nice to have another cup of coffee as the hummers sit on the perches just staring out. For three months, these are my lucky days. Today's photo post includes a bird with a broken beak, (so do not come in if that bothers you.) otherwise: Enjoy!
Link to G+ Photo Album:
Washing off the bees
Here they come
Bird with broken beak
I am here!!!!!!!! The Hummingbird Feeding Station at Kates Cabin
...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See you next time!