It’s Not a Hummingbird…But What is it?

I admit it.  The first time a hummingbird moth buzzed past me in my garden, I thought it was a baby hummingbird.  I watched closely, trying to follow this speedy little creature as it hovered and zoomed between flowers.  I noticed its long curved proboscis curling in and out as …

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Baby Hummingbirds in the Garden

Baby Hummingbirds are feisty little creatures.   This is the best time of year to see them in my garden.   Why?   Their parents are gone.  Migrating south already.   The kids now have the garden all to themselves. Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds (The only species of hummingbird in Eastern North America) are fiercely territorial. …

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