Tuesday, March 12, 2013

They Hatched!


 Oh puppers and kittehs, you'll never guess what.....go ahead, guess! 

                                      



 Ya'll remember the hummingburds we have nestin' under the patio cover?
      (this is Mama hummingburd....)

Well, lookie what I saw yesterday.............


 It's kinda hard to see the little guy/gal peakin' it's little head outs of the nest, so Ma waited and waited ......



 OMD!!  Look at the little guy!!! It's eyes aren't even open yets!!!  And it's beak is soooo small yet!  Ma was all kinds of excited that he poked his head out enough to gets a good picture!! 


Gotta keep my  eye on em' to make sure they stay safe....I'll keep ya'll updated....

(Ma, could you bring me a chewey...this might take a while.....)

                               

34 comments:

  1. I hope it doesn't fall out of the nest - you make sure you tell your mom if it does - NO trying to pick it up yourself okay!

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  2. We've never seen a baby hummingbird. Take good care of the little guy.
    Morgan, Sebastian, the Porties, Syd and Mac

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  3. That is so exciting, Ruby! Hope to see more pics, after
    you eat your chewey ;)
    Stewey

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  4. Hey Ruby
    OMDs my mom is excited too. Next to me and Dad she loves hummers a bunch.
    Be sure to guard them from the squirrels...you know it is quite an honor to have hummers nesting at your
    House
    Hugs
    Madi your bfff

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  5. That is wonderful, Ruby! Great photos! We are big fans of Phoebe Allens and the hummingbird cam (www.phoebeallens.com). They are amazing little birds.

    Susan and Wrigs

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  6. Ohhhhhh, baby Humming Bird. Ruby, you are a real day to day happy girl with all the little things in life that make you happy, which makes us smile and giggle!

    Your Pals
    Susie & Bites

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  7. How cool! They must be teeny tiny
    Benny & Lily

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  8. Those baby birds are pretty cute, but not as cute as you, Ruby! :)

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  9. Ohhh, how fantastic to see the hummingbirds growing up and start to fly. Take good care of them Ruby.
    Dip Bridge and Elliot x

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  10. OMD OMD RUBY this is SOOOOOOO exciting... Look how TEENY TINY it is... and its BEAK... I had NO IDEA that baby hummers Beaks were NOT LONG like the adults. THIS is SOOOOOOOOOOO exciting... We are just THRILLED beyond belief to have this chance to watch them Grow. THANK YOU THANK YOU.

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  11. How exciting for you, Ruby! The baby hummers must be so tiny!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

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  12. Hey Ruby!
    Wow, that's so incredible! My whole pack crowded around to see these pix. We have hummers, but have never seen a nest and babies before. What cute chickies. We're looking forward to watching them grow up. :)
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Furiend

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  13. Oh yeah....very exciting...

    Violet

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  14. Awww I love hummingbirds they are precious, they remind me of my grandma as she likes them a lot. I hope they stay safe, keep a look out for them Ruby, you never know when some nasty little critters are around!

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  15. OMD....you take good care of those, Ruby!

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  16. I wonder if the hummers will be black and tan...

    -Ruby

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  17. There's nothing like an addition to the family!

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  18. Surely a good sign that Spring is close at hand. He is a cutie - any siblings yet?

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  19. Oh MY Oh MY that is so exciting! Can't wait to see them progress. Guard them well my friend.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  20. You are so lucky to be able to watch them grow. Keep us posted, but we don't want you to bother them so they will be happy.

    Millie

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  21. Yawza, that's the niftiest thing that you could ever discover in your backyard! :-D What a cool, itty-bitty baby birdie! You make sure that you keep your eyes on it though, cause you never know what they are going to do!! :-)

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  22. Rubes, I am so excited for you! You have a big job now. I just know you will be the best baby bird guard EVER! Try to get some sleep and eat now and then. I can't wait to see more pictures.

    Loveys Sasha

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  23. I am very happy this bird nested at your house because I know you will take excellent good care of both the Mom and baby. Do they usually lay several eggs or just hatch a couple?

    Cheers, Ruby!

    Stella

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  24. How exciting! I've never seen anything like it before! We have starlings in our eaves but we can't see them, we just hear their tiny chirps.

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  25. I love those little birds. They can be so friendly. Why you watching them all the time they will think you are family and might get real close to your face. They buss me in the summer on the porch because we put sugar water out for them.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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  26. OMD OMD OMD, How cute!! I love hummingbirds! Uhhh, does that mean you are offically on Hummingbird watch??

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  27. Oh Ruby...baby birds!!! I love baby birds. I guarded a little nest in our backyard once until all the babies grew up and flew away. You'll be a great guardian for those Hummingbird babies, I just know it!

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  28. Does that make you an honorary aunt? Very sweet!

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  29. Oh wow Ruby, that's fantastic..Have never ever seen that before xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  30. COOOOOOOL! Oh what fun! You'll get to watch em grow up and fly and maybe stick around your house and eat from your feeders for a long time - Wheeeeee! :D

    Waggin at ya,
    Roo

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  31. Gosh - we've been missing out on all kinds of cool stuff by not keeping up with our friends' bloggies! Baby hummingbirds!!!! I bet they're so tiny! My mom thinks this is the coolest thing ever!

    your pal,
    Garth

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