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.

  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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