ABA Hummingbirds

No trip to Arizona is complete without mentioning Hummingbirds.

Over the years I’ve seen all of the 14 common Hummingbirds and a few of the rarer ones. The Lucifer and Berrylline Hummingbirds have evaded my camera lens (just too dark), but I’ve seen a few of the rarer ones. I love these little guys, their attitude at feeders, their colors and their flying skills. Some couldn’t care less if we’re watching and some are incredibly shy.

But one thing is for sure they are one of God’s most beautiful creations

Images marked – NEW, are from this trip.

ANNA’S

AnnasHummingbird

ALLEN’S – NEW

AllensHummingbird

BLACK-CHINNED – NEW

BlackChinnedHummingbird

BLUE-THROATED – INSET NEW

BlueThroatedHummingbird

BROAD-BILLED – NEW

BroadBilledHummingbird

BROAD-TAILED – NEW

BroadtailedHummingbird

BUFF-BELLIED

BuffBelliedHummingbird

CALLIOPE

CalliopeHummingbird

COSTA’S

Costa'sHummingbird

MAGNIFICENT – NEW

MagnificentHummingbird

PLAIN-CAPPED STARTHROAT – NEW

PlaincappedStarthroat

RUBY-THROATED

RubyThroatedHummingbird

RUFOUS – NEW

RufousHummingbird

VIOLET-CROWNED

VioletCrownedHummingbird

WHITE-EARED – NEW

WhiteEaredHummingbird

Ciao for now…..

 

 

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One Response to ABA Hummingbirds

  1. Rick Poulin says:

    All but two would be lifers for me. A great collection of images!

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