This year, they were late. Rather, I didn’t see any at my feeders until late May, and didn’t photograph any until June 1st, well after the Migration Map showed them all the way into Canada. These next two photos are the first of the season.
The photos aren’t great, but they’re shared on the strength of them being the first two photos of the 2022 season. Don’t worry, I have better photos . . . but the ones below are just mediocre.
Even after I started seeing them, they were pretty rare. However, On June 6th I was able to snap a bunch of photos. Some, I’ll present in later posts, and some are offered up below.
I don’t really speak Hummerian, but that’s what I think they were saying. Anyway, the SmugMug slideshow is HERE. Not many photos, as I said, but more to come.
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