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Hummingbird in Embothrium

Posted by homernoy z8b Bemerton (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 26, 11 at 14:47

There are tons of Anna's and Rufous, but they are always dive bombing, and I couldn't track them well. Here is a more peaceful moment. Watch in 1080p if you can.

Here is a link that might be useful: hummingbird in flowers

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RE: Hummingbird in Embothrium

very cool.

RE: Hummingbird in Embothrium

  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Thu, Jun 30, 11 at 13:28

If you plant Grevillea victoriae nearby then you have continuation into late summer, Anna's at least is all over this bush as well.

And the 'Inca Flame' fire tree, if you can still find it for sale here somewhere starts blooming weeks before the locally dominant type (seemingly referable to var. lanceolatum).

RE: Hummingbird in Embothrium

Very nice! thanks for sharing. Like you say, peaceful! Have you seen any fledgelings yet?

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