Maybe because they don’t know the words.
The broad-tailed hummingbird is quite noisy with its shrill whistling.
The new feeder is working out quite well. None have flown into the window, at least not while I’ve been watching.
The rufous hummingbird has a subdued humming.
Now I’ve seen, and heard, the three most common hummingbirds that visit Grand Canyon’s North Rim. Just need to get a better shot of the black-chinned.
These shots were taken with the old Fuji because the Nikon just doesn’t do a great job with close ups through tinted windows. Or maybe it’s just me needing to learn more.
Hope you’ll fly off to Our World Tuesday and discover more of the world.
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