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A tough day of feeder defending. Rufous hummingbird.
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Small(~75mm), young, colorful Allen's or Rufous hummingbird.
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best I could think of for a title lol
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I was lucky to catch it with its tongue out
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aren't hummingbirds great ;-)
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Jemez Falls Campgrounds,
Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico :flagus:
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Jemez Falls campgrounds
Santa Fe National Forest, NM :flagus:

if you look closely you can see this bird's eye right through it's wing :faint: amazing :manhug:
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Jenez Falls campgrounds
Santa Fe National Forest New Mexico :flagus:



a bit ruffled


a little closer look
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I had to give him a name. Look close and you can see this one fits...:lol:
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Trying to warm himself on a brisk winter morning...:)
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to tangle.

Disputes over whose turn it is at the feeder... two male Anna's hummingbirds get aggressive.

More hummingbirds here in my hummer gallery: [link]


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A male Anna's hummingbird watches me <3

more hummingbirds here: [link]
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:w00t: I finally caught the rufuos hummingbird that's been terrorizing the feeders :giggle: All the other Anna's let him drive them off from one feeder and promptly move to the other...until the rufous get wind and flies off to drive them back to the original one :rofl:

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Hummingbird by DaniiSantos oil painting by :icondaniisantos:
HummerTubedByHolly by Myriadelle digital by :iconmyriadelle:

More hummingbirds here:kayaksailor.deviantart.com/gal…
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Female Ruby-Throated hummingbird in our yard... from my fourth attempt with multiple strobes and triggers.
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A male Ruby Throated hummingbird visits a Petunia in our yard.

Multiple strobes set at 1/64th power.
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This dominant male Ruby Throated hummingbird was one of the frequent visitors to our garden and feeding stations last summer. Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

Multiple high speed strobes.
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A male hummingbird defends one of my feeders from anothing hummingbird. These birds are constantly on the move, but often perch either in my trees or on the branches from my feeder set up.

Ruby-throated Hummingbird (male)
Vestal, New York
Canon 5D / EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

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Green-crowned Brilliant (juvenille)
Monteverde Cloud Forest, Costa Rica
Canon 7D / EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM

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The Hummingbird feeders at Monteverde were a very rewarding stop with seven different species of Hummingbirds. Too bad that it was raining - there were so many photo ops that I missed due to low light.

Female Purple-throated Mountain-gem and Green-crowned Brilliant (in back)
Monteverde Cloud Forest, Costa Rica
Canon 7D / EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM

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They certainly like them
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Thank you Morgan for helping me with this one.
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