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Photo by Paul Perry
May 26, 2005
Ketchikan, Alaska - We hang our
feeders and are prepared to shoot -- photos that is! These fascinating
little hummingbirds are again back in Ketchikan and again providing
endless challenges to Ketchikan's photographers and endless entertainment
from dawn to dusk with their incredible J-dives and darting speeds.
These rufous hummingbirds likely
were among those making the annual 2,600-mile spring migration
from southern Mexico to Southcentral Alaska bringing with them
a little bit of hummingbird heaven to our neck of the woods.
Paul Perry ©2005
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A full-grown rufous measures 3 1/2 inches from bill tip to tail
end. These fuel-efficient birds are the northernmost hummingbirds.
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