Wild Bird Wednesday #162–Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Wild Bird Wednesday

The front porch of the writers retreat hummed with none other than the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds. This is the only hummingbird that breeds east of the Mississippi River.

They swarmed the lone feeder, expending even more energy fending off rivals. Occasionally, one would perch on a branch off the second-floor porch to await its turn.

Ruby-throated Hummingbird, female or juvenile

Peering over the edge of the upper balcony, I had a bird’s-eye view of the feeder hanging on the porch below.

View looking down from 2nd story porch

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16 thoughts on “Wild Bird Wednesday #162–Ruby-throated Hummingbird

  1. Very nice shots! We went to the Nature Station at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area recently. They had hummingbird feeders out and the hummingbirds were swarming all around. It was a neat experience.


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