Tuesday, May 28, 2013
When we last updated, one of the baby burdies was gettin' ready to leave the nestie....
OMD!! There's only one baby burdie in the nestie!!! Where did the other one go...........
There he is!!!!!!
Bye, sweet hummingburd, FLY FREE......
Won't be long now puppers and kittehs.....soon I'll have empty nest syndrome!
It has come to my attention, that almost all of my 'comments' I've been making on your bloggies has been goin' to 'spam'!!! Darn Blogger!!!!
I promise, I've been visitin' and leavin' comments, they are all just goin' to Comment heaven I suppose....
Ma is gonna try using a different browser, she thinks that might be the problem....fingers crossed!
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They'll start a new family-never fear.ReplyDelete
Oh Ruby... once the nest is empty could you PLEASE measure it for us and take some pics of that? It must be so TINY and Delicate... THis is very exciting you know. THANKS.ReplyDelete
OH YES... and tell us what the mom and dad made it out of... We have NEVER seen a hummer nest. THANKS AGAING.ReplyDelete
Ruby you must be so proud of all the wonderful guard work you did. I hope they come back and visit you. Maybe I can come over and play if you are lonely.ReplyDelete
Oh...look at that little guy up high.....wow! There is always next season and who knows - she might even lay this season! Good job on protecting them all this time Ruby (and for not trying to eat them )ReplyDelete
Ruby you know my mom loves loves loves the birdie updates. So stood by our hummingbird feeder for nearly 30 min today to get a few pics of our hummer.ReplyDelete
OH NOES you are going to spam that is not good.. We are getting your comments here in NC
Hugs Madi your BFFF
Aww, so sweet. Thank you so much for sharing their journey with us. I always thought hummingbirds were bright and vibrant colours, but watching these little ones grew showed me otherwise. Still, very cool! Will you be putting out hummingbird feeders in hopes that they will visit? :)ReplyDelete
They have had the best start in life getting to know you, Ruby!ReplyDelete
We always fish your comments out of our spam box! They're not spam! Your comments are the best, Ruby!
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
We sometimes find the odd comment in Spam. Never the same blogger--just random. Crazy Blogger.ReplyDelete
It's so exciting about the baby Hummers leaving home. Hope you have lots of flowers around your house, so they'll stay around.
XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
Yea!! He could flyReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
Thanks for the update! We love reading about your little hummers.ReplyDelete
Millie & Walter
What a gorgeous little hummingbird!ReplyDelete
sniff sniff, we all knew this day was coming but we had so much fun watching the babies grow. Hope you have another nesting soon.ReplyDelete
Your last comment to us did NOT go to spam - YAY!!! We use Firefox too, we sure hope we haven't been going to spam too.
Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning
MOM and I have so enjoyed the hummingbirds. What an amazing thing to see in the furs. I think I am getting all your comments.ReplyDelete
How cool! The circle of life has camed... full circle. Well, not really. Is bad analogy. Anyway, I will be here to hold your paw through your empty nest syndrome.ReplyDelete
Will you putting out nectar for them now that they are grown up? That way they'll keep coming *home*. :)ReplyDelete
PS/ Yes, your comments kept ending up in our spam but Mommy fishes them out almost immediately!
Oh we don't want them to go Ruby, we love seeing them..BOL wonderful photo's.. Have a funtastic day xx00xxReplyDelete
Mollie and Alfie
Oh look how big they are! I hope when the babies decide to have families of their own they make their nests in your garden too :-)ReplyDelete
Aww, you've done such a good job protecting those humming babies, Ruby! I'm sorry they have to grow up and go away :( But I have a feeling there will be more humming babies where those came from! :)ReplyDelete
You were such a good guardian of those little ones, can't believe how big they are already!ReplyDelete
Bye bye sweet Hummer!ReplyDelete
We've been getting your comments Ruby.... ;-)
Good luck, little hummingbird!ReplyDelete
Susan and Wrigs