It started with two males and one female. ( I think) They drove off any “intruder” from the feeders and only allowed each other to take a sip from time to time. But now….things are slightly more chaotic.
The feeders have been buzzing and “sharing” the flowers with up to three other birds. They dart and fly around like a swarm of bees.
But every now and then, I get one that is blog worthy.
I can’t help that I find Hummers fascinating. I guess the little kid never dies in some of us.
I would love to get one to land on my hand. I actually held a hummingbird ( a live one, that is.) once. It was trapped in my parents kitchen and I caught and released it. they are very small! I have held moths that seemed larger!