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Old Aug 31, 2006, 9:28 PM   #1
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For those who are not familiar with them, Hummingbirds are very territorial, and are a joy to watch as they dive and dart at each other at such speeds, I can't keep up, and then all of a sudden one is looking me in the face, and I am too stunned to react and get a photo which would be useless anyway.
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Old Aug 31, 2006, 9:32 PM   #2
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And Watt Earp prevails
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Old Aug 31, 2006, 9:46 PM   #3
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And a truce is called
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Old Aug 31, 2006, 10:05 PM   #4
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If I had to bet I woud take the big green one. Nice series.

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Hey Jerry, I have a great idea for you and the hummers. Try a larger battery in your RDS so it will move faster so you can keep up woth the hummers.

P.S. Other than the fact the batter has nothing to do with the speed it could of been a good idea.


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Thanks Roger, These rascals as you know are quite flighty. I have cut their feeders from 5 to 1. When this one runs out, I will quit feeding, as it is time for their migration back through southern Texas on to South America for the winter. But I will be looking for them in late spring next year. I have come to believe that birds return to certain areas each year. I have generations of house wrens that were hatched in my shop building over the last 38 years, and return to the same old nest, renewing it as necessary.
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