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   Nirvana  Friday Mar 22 06:19 PM

March 22nd, 2013 Fingertip Bird

I believe this is a ruby throated humming bird. The size to finger comparison in this photo is amazing! I wonder what the eggs look like.

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xoxoxoBruce  Friday Mar 22 06:23 PM

The humming bird eggs will be white and less than half an inch long, about the size of a small jelly bean or pea.



Griff  Friday Mar 22 07:38 PM

I had one land on my finger once, they weigh next to nothing. Apparently the orange throat is the non-breeding (winter) plumage.



footfootfoot  Friday Mar 22 10:39 PM

Seamus, Seamus! Look at me moves!

Is it not the same as all your other dances, Finnbar?



xoxoxoBruce  Friday Mar 22 10:54 PM

Watch out Griff, they're omnivores.



BigV  Wednesday Mar 27 07:55 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Griff View Post
I had one land on my finger once, they weigh next to nothing. Apparently the orange throat is the non-breeding (winter) plumage.
Jealousy factor incremented.


Griff  Wednesday Mar 27 08:05 PM

very cool moment



ZenGum  Tuesday Apr 2 06:58 PM

We'll need hundreds to make a decent pie. I think we can work them into hors douvres though. Hold the beak, dip into boiling water to remove the feathers, dip into boiling oil for a crispy skin, serve on crackers. To eat, hold by the beak, eat in one bite, use the beak as a toothpick.



footfootfoot  Tuesday Apr 2 08:02 PM

Pie? What about the feathered capes?



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