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    tiggerma72
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    Stelios
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    What a pretty picture.  Love the delicate way he is looking up!!!  Thanks for sharing!


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    CatsBirds
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    Beautiful…. welcome to the forums… please post any photos you want to share…

     


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    Gayle
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    I think the question is in the “tagged” section.

    Tigger, just type whatever you want to ask (or say) right in the reply box.    Very few people use or read the “tagged”.

    And I’m no expert on Hummers but I’m going to take a guess & say Black Chinned.


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    tiggerma72
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    thank you!

     


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    Tiggerma

    Notice how the entire head looks dark, with no real green showing?  And the tail looks short?  And the bill looks thin and fragile?  These are all characteristic of Black-chinned Hummingbirds – adult male to be specific.   Where are you in South Texas?

     

    Mark Klym

     


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