|My first hummingbird pic ever....very exciting. These guys are quick!|
The throat of that hummingbird in the background is stunning.
Adorable. Hummingbirds are territorial and will fly right at you.
While waiting for the shots, a pretty blue hummingbird would kick the rest of them off the feeder to keep it free for its own drink.
I heard this bird scratching in the leaves and I started laughing. It reminded me of my cats using the kitty litter.
Cute little thing. Scratch scratch. Scratch scratch.
I loved the creek that ran along this part of the trail. It was really relaxing and beautiful to watch all the birds flying around.
This is the hummingbird I mentioned several pics back. This blue guy was very aggressive with the other hummers. What is the name of this hummingbird?
Below is an example of my shaky hands....to get hummingbirds with a quick shot, I have to keep my camera balanced on a branch or somewhere stable.
Patience patience patience....and SNAP!
Broad billed Hummingbird?
Labels: Anna's Hummingbird, birds of southern Arizona, Broad billed hummingbird, hummingbird, hummingbirds in Arizona, Superior Arizona, the Boyce Thompson Arboretum