About 10:00 AM yesterday I heard something loud in the sky above my house and thought that it was either going to land or crash. It turned out to be the Goodyear Blimp flying low directly over my house. I didn’t have time to check my setting on my camera so I was lucky these even turned out.
I hope everyone has enjoyed the Ruby-throated Hummingbird photographs I posted these past few days. If you noticed I wasn’t able to get a photo of the adult male. I did see one but it was only for a brief moment. I’m not sure why it didn’t come around more often. Different Flight Positions Of A Hummingbird One… Read More »
I’m not sure where this Ruby-throated Hummingbird is even finding flowers here in my area. The temperature has been above 100 for several weeks (114 yesterday) with no rain. Different Flight Positions Of A Hummingbird One Of My Backyard Hummingbirds Notice Anything Strange About This Picture
Look close at this Ruby-throated Hummingbird’s beak and wing. It looks like the beak is poking through the wing. Hummingbirds have many skeletal and flight muscle adaptations which allow the bird great agility in flight. Muscles make up 25-30% of their body weight, and they have long, blade-like wings that, unlike the wings of other birds, connect to… Read More »
I am getting a late start on photographing the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds here in my area.They are just now starting to show up at my feeders. I posted a few yesterday in case you missed those: Different Flight Positions Of A Hummingbird