Oh, what a lovely Valentines! I love chubby hummers. Did your valentine arrive yet?!
Thanks Nikki! Yes, indeed, the sweet origami cat (George) and heart bookmarks did arrive ~ thanks again :) I haven't seen the hummingbird lately, so hope it is still OK.
Wonderful! Thanks, and to you too! Flighty xx
Glad you enjoyed watching the hummingbird, Flighty!
You're welcome :)
Oh wow....what a treat! I have a feeling I'm going to be sitting here for a long time re-watching this. What an incredibly beautiful little bird it is....my heart is MELTING!xxxxx
Hi Snowbird ~ love your enthusiasm :) and so happy you enjoyed seeing the hummingbird.
Lovely shots of the delicate hummers. I wish we had them here.
Yes, John, they are quite delightful. Glad you enjoyed the photos.
how wonderful, beautiful photos of a lovely bird
Thanks CGP! It is a sweet little bird :)
I bet they look even more colourful on a sunny day - I wouldn't think they would get much sustenance from a jasmine flower - lucky for them you have feeders.
Hi Elaine ~ It was the first time I had seen one supping from the Winter Jasmine, so I was so happy to get a few photos. I haven't seen the hummingbird lately, so hope it is OK.
What a great series of photos. They're such amazing little birds and this one posed so nicely for you.
Yes, Hilary, I was happy it rested a few times for me to get a photo or two. They are great little birds :)
Hi Glo, As I like to comment from my iPad (I find it much quicker) I was disappointed to find there was a blank space where the video should have been however, all was fine on the laptop :-) Anyway, what a lovely series, they are beautiful!! The Hummingbird is, as I'm sure I've said many times, the bird I would most like to see here, they are just exquisite. I always thought we didn't have them here because of our cold climate but the fact you see them there and in the Winter too disproves that idea...I would love to know why we don't have them...any ideas?
Hi ShySongbird ~ I know you love this little bird, so I'm so glad you enjoyed the photos. I've been doing a bit of googling, and it seems that because the hummingbird evolved in the Americas, it continues to live here. The Anna hummingbird is the only one that stays in this area during winter.