Rufous Hummingbird at Dusk!

Rufous hummingbird at duskI happened to be lucky enough to have my camera at the ready when a rufous hummingbird swooped in to get to my dwarf salvia! A light supper? It’s a bit hard to see but the hummer is in front of my black plastic flower container in the back. Click on the photo and you’ll see more details to help with bird identification, including a green iridescent back (it’s a female), white throat, quick-moving wings, and left eye. This should be enticement to anyone considering planting a garden. You’ll get more than your share of interesting visitors!

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