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Anna's Hummingbird nest on watch (1 Viewer)


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United States
We discovered an Anna's (I believe) Hummingbird that has chosen to use our house for her nesting site. We have a camera on her and not sure if others might be interested in seeing video or photos? This is our first sighting of a hummingbird nest in the wild and that it is on our porch is simply awesome.

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A couple years ago I visited a friend here in Seattle and she mentioned she'd seen a birds nest in a tree in front of her house. She said she thought it was a bird's nest but she wasn't sure because it was kind of low in a smallish tree and the nest itself was so tiny. I asked her to show me and we saw two skinny beaks poking out of the nest. Baby hummingbirds. That was so fun to see.
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