Profiles in Hummingbirds

Yesterday I showed you the majestic Bald Eagles who come from as far away as Alaska to feed on the salmon in the Skagit River. Today I show you their tiny majestic cousins – the Anna’s Hummingbirds – who come to feed year-round in my own backyard.

I love them both. πŸ™‚

~ Susanne

19 Comments on “Profiles in Hummingbirds

  1. I am always jealous of the hummingbirds you get there. We do have eagles, but have to go to Scotland to see them.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Thanks Pete.. Both are wonderful. But I do feel fortunate to see those charming hummingbirds in my yard everyday, with no travel required.

  2. Aww, how precious, Susanne. Great shots! I miss my Anna’s πŸ˜‘ I’m told they come back to the Spokane area in April. I will have my feeders at the ready by then.

    • Thanks so much Terri. That sounds about right. We have a much milder climate here on the west side so they seem to have adapted well. πŸ™‚

  3. Okay now I am inspired! (Don’t I always say that when I read about your hummingbirds and feeders?) I brought in my feeders from the back yard the other day and washed them, and now I plan to put them in the front yard where Foster and I can watch them from the front room. πŸ˜€

  4. I have seen a hummer in our back yard occasionally for the past couple months. I think our neighbor has a heated feeder. They are so adorable!! Great pictures!

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