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Re: birth of a hummingbird

Thanks Donna. Those were fantastic photos.  Too bad only one made it, but I
couldn't see how 2 could possibly make it in that tiny nest........I can
hear it now:  "Mommmmmmmm!  He's on my side!  I'm drawing a line right down
the middle and you can't cross it!"  Push, shove.....who knows, maybe one
did get shoved out.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, August 27, 2004 6:16 PM
Subject: [CHAT] birth of a hummingbird

> This was posted on another list for all to see and share... so thought
some of you might be interested :)
> Donna
> who's e-mail won't download, going to be a fun weekend:(
> Subject: Birth of a Hummingbird
>  Birth Of A Hummingbird
> Click on Link Below...... This is the neatest thing I've seen in quite
> awhile! (I'm glad she put that toothpick there for perspective in that
> one shot. Imagine, that teeny nest, only 1.5 inches in diameter!)
> Hummingbird Hatchery. This is truly amazing! Be sure to click on NEXT
> PAGE at the bottom of each page...there are four pages. Adults and
> children will find this very interesting. Enjoy!!! This lady found a
> hummingbird nest and got pictures all the way from the egg to leaving
> the nest. Took 24 days from birth to flight. Very neat and good
> pictures. Go to this web site:
> http://community-2.webtv.net/hotmail.com/verle33/HummingBirdNest/
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