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THE BIRTH OF A HUMMINGBIRD



This is truly amazing! Be sure to click on NEXT PAGE at the bottom of each page of pictures; there are 5 pages in all. A lady found a hummingbird nest and got pictures all the way from the egg to leaving the nest. It took 24 days from birth to flight. Because you'll probably never in your lifetime see this again, enjoy; and please share.

VISIT THIS SITE!

http://community.webtv.net/Velpics/HUM

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Someone posted a link to this before...such an amazing thing. You just can't help but to keep looking at it. Thanks for reposting it.


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(P.S. I was peeking in your photobucket, nice garden you have started, do you have any recent pics?)


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funny thing--this morning VERY early---I was looking thru the older topics & posts & went to this very site--I had seen it before but it is truely amazing, isn't it??


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That is amazing! Very cool!

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Originally Posted by tamara
(P.S. I was peeking in your photobucket, nice garden you have started, do you have any recent pics?)


I actually don't. I am preparing to move to Australia and have just gotten so busy lately!...It looks unfinished now, during the summer it looked pretty. But things are dying now and the zinnias in the back are gone from OK's first and only tropical storm! Now I need to put something in besides the cottonwood trees that are trying to grow in it! But anyways, I did pull those out today so now I need to hit the nursery!


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Australia?

Do you know they have big spiders there ? lol


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Yeah, huge ones. But that's not what bothers me. They're having a drought...and have been for years so I won't get to water my yard or have a big garden like I do now. Or they'll charge you for using over a certain amout of water.=so I hear. nooo Other than that it's freaky to move so far! Any Aussie's in this forum??? I need encouragement!


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