Per the title, below I offer up photos of more hummingbirds in the rain.
. . . but that’s not how I’m starting. Not only is there no rain, but you also have to find the hummingbird.
It’s not especially difficult . . . once you see it.
OK, let me get on with rainy hummers . . .
In human terms — and as far as the yard was concerned — it was raining pretty good. Now, this guy was guarding the feeder by sitting right on top of it and chasing away any hummers that dared get close.
He held a curious pose, and I think it’s because he was tired and — as we might infer later — was trying to catch a few winks.
. . . the two photos look similar, but upon close inspection, you can see the raindrops are not the same.
But, before continuing with that fellow, I’ll show a little series with another fellow. The markings by his eyes look similar to the first guy, but — to my eyes — it’s not the same white spot between the two birds.
My opinion holds about 98% certainty, but I suppose they could be the same bird. You be the judge once you see all the photos.
He momentarily regained purchase and did his best ‘keeping guard’ imitation.
But he didn’t, and he kept adjusting his position.
Let’s get back to the other hummer, for a few moments . . .
I guess old folks be all alike regardless of what species they are.
But, it’s once again time to find the hummingbird . . . two in one post!
Then, the obligatory slideshow . . .
Here is the slideshow for this series: LINK.
That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.
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