Though only 1/2 the size of a golf ball, a Hummingbird nest may be tiny but it is oh so cleverly constructed. (They use spider webs, moss and a variety of plant materials to weave these tiny structures into rearing headquarters for their incredibly small offspring) ) Today I observed these tiny Anna's Hummingbirds once again gathering fuzz from local cattails to put into their nests. I do wish I could find one and watch the building procedure, but alas, far too many hiding spots. Perhaps one day, but for now I will be content to capture their images in more obvious places!
Greetings from Southern Vancouver Island. Please feel free to say hello or comment on any images or about wildlife, photography , etc My email can be found on the contact page link or click the button below .
March 2018 .. I just received notice that my blog has been awarded a distinction of being one of the top 100 photography blogs in Canada.