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Old 04-15-2021, 08:27 AM #1
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Heart HummingBird Feeder Live Cam

I love the variety of Hummingbirds that visit these feeders in Studio City, California
Also note the various swings positioned around the feeders...apparently research shows Hummers love swings to perch on!

Live Hummingbird Feeder Cam, Bird Feeder, Studio City, California - YouTube
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Thanks Chemar.

I have good memories of seeing hummingbirds in San Fransisco, somewhat to the amusement of the locals.
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I was lucky enough to stay in a Ranger's Cabin in the Canadian Rockies in the summer of 1989. It was luxury in the middle of a wilderness amongst the snow and the ice covered lakes and Whistler Mountain as a backdrop.

The reason I share this is from inside the cabin you could observe, through a window, from a couple of feet, Hummingbirds in all their beautiful wondrous glory. I had no idea they would be there as am not a twitcher and have never seen them before or since. It was a rare privilege and I have never forgotten their beauty.

Thanks for sharing this.
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