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This morning, I watched as mostly baby Hummingbirds and Honeybees shared a feeder after it was filled. They seem to get along quite well and both need nectar right now. The males Hummingbirds seem to be on the decline; and I see fewer and fewer adult Females. They are now drinking 2 gallons per day. My guess, is that they are largely juveniles; born within the past month. Photos were taken this morning as 10:00 AM; all photos taken in a 20 second period:

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I have never seen such striking spotting in a juvenile robin before; taken in the 55F weather this morning in my back yard:

 

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They do not, yet,  have a tall tuft nor a long tail but can really squawk; taken Sunday morning:

 

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Taken with a Canon 1DS and EF600 f/4.0 L and 1.4X extender at about 150 yards – a guess ??, near the Parthenon crossing of the Little Buffalo River:

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