Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Baby hummingbirds on Tuesday morning (June 22nd) , 2 days old on the left and 3 days old on the right.

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- Karen

20 comments:

Life Ramblings said...

how precious! they are so cute.

And Miles To Go... said...

aww, wonderful (and lucky) shot!

SandyCarlson said...

Amazing babies! Thanks.

LaLicenciada said...

OMG, how precious!

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betchai said...

wow, Karen, love all your shots, the transformation, the story, it is very interesting to witness birth of a wildlife, and you are so blessed to be part of it.

Lillian-Juda Leonard-Beach said...

All though I must say they are HORRIBLY ugly, they are at the same time, unresisting-ly cute. LOL

Lillian-Juda
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catsynth said...

Wow, I can't say that I have ever seen baby hummingbirds like this! The nest is so spherical.

Pat said...

This is a great capture. I've never seen baby hummingbirds before, let a lone baby hummingbirds in a nest!

Ma.links said...

Great capture. They look sooo tiny!

Mei Teng said...

wow..young babies. have never seen before.

eileeninmd said...

WOW, very cool sighting!

Marlene said...

Oh, my, the eggs are completely hatched! You got them captured beautifully and so sweet scene of those baby birds.

Emm said...

Oh, silly me! I misunderstood at first and thought the baby born last was bigger as it had remained longer in the shell. They look so fuzzy and cute. Strange to imagine how unbelievably agile and beautiful they will be soon.

Mariposa said...

nice shot! very cute birdies...
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The Ranting Mommy said...

*squeeeeeeeeeaaallll* how cute is THAT?! fantastic shot, fantastic composition. Thanks!

GrammyMouseTails said...

Amazing! You are so very blessed to find let alone document this beautiful transition! I have never even found an empty nest! I have several that come to my window feeder & are so fun to watch. so enjoying the journey so far!
Faythe @GrammyMousetails

SandyCarlson said...

Amazing, Karen! Thanks for taking these amazing shots.

God Of Bacon said...

When hummingbirds are close, they sound like very large insects.

AVCr8teur said...

Thanks for everyone's comments. I hope to post more updated photos on Sunday. It'll be the one week mark when both eggs were hatched.

Marta said...

What a PRECIOUS shot! They're so ugly, they're adorable!