No “Big” Birds

Pictures: I have stay for a week in this spot that I am in now and I have not had any birds come for the water or seed that I have out, that is odd seeing as I stay a week in a spot about 200 feet from here about a month ago and had a lot of birds come by.
However … I have been well entertained with all the Humming Birds πŸ™‚

These images are not very good as far as photos go(It was still near dark when I took these this morning, so high ISO, slow shutter speed and handheld.) but they show the ideal of just how many Hummers are coming to the feeder.

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Canon 7D Mark II, Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II at 248mm, Shutter 1/6, ISO 2500, F5.6 , Handheld.

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Canon 7D Mark II, Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II at 248mm, Shutter 1/16, ISO 2500, F5.6 , Handheld.

I put the Exif data in hopes of forgiveness of such poor photos πŸ€”

Exercise: I walked a little over two miles this morning.

Birds in the RV: I get a lot of little birds in the RV from time to time but for a fun tell and a “BIG BIRD” coming in a RV read Judie’s comment in yesterday’s post! A Hawk would sure bring some excitement to an RV!

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Hover Room Only

Pictures: I am seeing a lot of Humming Birds this summer. Most of these are Rufous and Calliope Hummers.

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Exercise: I walked a little over two miles this morning.

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