Find the Hummingbird — Part 1 Answers

For them who didn’t have the time, patience, or interest in hunting for the hummingbirds, here are a few of the photos with markings indicating where you should be looking. of course, them with little interest will skip this as well but for everyone else, here they are.

Note: I didn’t show all of them because once you see it in one photo you can easily see them in similar photos.

OK, I assume almost everyone got those . . .

Remember, you can click on the photos for a larger version.

Here’s the gallery of the above photos.

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11 Responses to Find the Hummingbird — Part 1 Answers

  1. AnnMarie says:

    I passed the test with flying colors . . . pun intended! Totally enjoyed the search.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Omg Disperser, what an eye strain!! But I love the hummingbirds!


  3. sandra getgood says:

    I’ve always loved your hummingbirds. and still have one of my favorites hung on the wall here, keeping my other favorite, the angry bluebird, company. Nice that you put blue arrows into these pictures, so we wouldn’t miss them.

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  4. You know I love all of your bird photos!
    And they way you capture those busy-buzzin’-fast hummingbirds is so cool!
    OOH! This is a fun post! It’s like playing a game of hide-n-seek with the hummingbirds…and they’re hiding in some great spots! :-) And the color of the flowers they’ve chosen are so pretty!
    I sometimes image a female hummingbird saying, “Hmmm!” and the male responding, “Hmmm????”
    HUGS and Happy Fri-YAY!!!


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