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birth of a hummingbird

This was posted on another list for all to see and share... so thought some of you might be interested :)

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:


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