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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-09-2016, 11:17 AM Thread Starter



 
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They're so tiny I can't stand it!
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This is so adorable and awesome!
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This is so adorable and awesome!

Makes you want one doesn't it?

I had a wild fat little blob hummingbird that use to come to my living room window in the morning and hang out with me. He sat about 1 inch from my face which was just amazing considering we humans have big noggins. I use to make a whispering whistle sound and he'd fly from somewhere in the yard and sit on the window ledge and listen to me talk to him.

The best time to see him was when it was raining he'd sit on the clothesline wire next to the kitchen window and shower with such an exuberance of flutters.

I've only seen one hummingbird here since I moved here to Toronto 2 years ago. It was in early september and it was in yard next door was having a morning meal from a late blooming rose of sharon tree. It was getting some fuel for its trip down south to the USA and warmer temps.





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