Roving Bird cam

By: WatchinTheSky , 3:00 AM GMT on July 14, 2014

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Hummer cam current view -


By popular request, the Hummercam will rove a bit around the backyard - hope that doesn't throw Yeti off his game ;D

Local weather TV folks are split regarding chance of rain here from the latest monsoon, so I am not getting too excited - maybe next time. We are getting to the middle of monsoon season.

It has been a very good summer so far, as concerning the birds visiting the backyard! Something very relaxing about watching nature :D

I don't have a good plan for the new blog, so for now a few photos from the Oriole/Hummer blog taken Saturday -

3 kinds of hummers in this shot - Anna's, Blackchin, and either Allen's or Rufous


Same feeder, Allen's for sure - note the green back.


Lots of hummers at this location, shaded, so a little hard to see.


I am a little surprised at this visitor - pretty sure he's a Rufous (and sharp eyed BC agrees). Since they are migratory, they should be much farther north for the summer before heading south.


Hmmm.. I did say Oriole/hummer blog -

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115. GardenGrrl
2:40 PM GMT on August 30, 2014
Sunrise, dew on the feeders and early morning hummingbirds. All looks well.
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114. GardenGrrl
12:22 AM GMT on August 30, 2014
Cereus is becoming a standard at your house.
Happy Anniversary, but will say it again when your spouse gets back.
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113. whitewabit (Mod)
11:06 PM GMT on August 29, 2014
the little one came back and sit again during a shower .. we've discovered it has a favorite branch it likes to sit on .. actually he has several and can be seen mostly in the mornings and then again more toward evening .. today with the showers it has been around more then normal ..
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112. whitewabit (Mod)
10:44 PM GMT on August 29, 2014
Quoting 111. WatchinTheSky:

Hi wab, that must have been cool to watch! I have been thinking of setting up some sort of fine mister for the hummers. They sometimes land on the 'big bird' bath bowl but they have a hard time hanging on to the rim and the water is a little deep ;-)

Hey Ylee! Not even the ocean??

Thanks cp! C had a lousy flight experience both ways :( 3 hour rain delay on the plane in Chicago after barely making the flight leaving here. Then Had to get to the airport 5 hours early coming back in Maryland. Looong week for her. At least the business part went ok. Hopefully she is feeling better for the big dinner tomorrow!

Is it going to cool down?? It's 97 again.....



they just might use a mister .. the one this morning was sure having a good time in the rain .. really looked as if it was enjoying its self !!
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111. WatchinTheSky
8:02 PM GMT on August 29, 2014
Hi wab, that must have been cool to watch! I have been thinking of setting up some sort of fine mister for the hummers. They sometimes land on the 'big bird' bath bowl but they have a hard time hanging on to the rim and the water is a little deep ;-)

Hey Ylee! Not even the ocean??

Thanks cp! C had a lousy flight experience both ways :( 3 hour rain delay on the plane in Chicago after barely making the flight leaving here. Then Had to get to the airport 5 hours early coming back in Maryland. Looong week for her. At least the business part went ok. Hopefully she is feeling better for the big dinner tomorrow!

Is it going to cool down?? It's 97 again.....
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110. calpoppy
5:10 PM GMT on August 29, 2014
I missed wishing you and Mrs. WTS a happy anniversary on Thursday, so belated Happy Anniversary!!!!!
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109. Ylee
3:54 PM GMT on August 29, 2014
It seems I was outside the banshee's ear, but I didn't hear anything.... :' )
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108. whitewabit (Mod)
3:41 PM GMT on August 29, 2014
the hummer that visits our feeder gave us a delight this morning .. in a light rain she sat on a limb just 3 feet from the kitchen window and took a bath right in front of us .. it lasted over 5 minutes .. she would spread her tiny wings and let the rain hit them and then would flutter them spraying the water and then rubbing her head against part of the wing .. the first time I have seen one of them take a bath .. was fun to watch ..
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107. WatchinTheSky
9:19 PM GMT on August 28, 2014
Hi cp! I guess I just didn't fool with the 'portrait' setting to upload non outdoor photos. The new way seems better, simpler.
We are not quite up to 70s overnight, but close, and soon if it keeps getting to 98+ during the day :(((
Gotta be cereus every once and a while ;-)

Hi WW! I was wondering about the squirrel saga. Can't sleep, but not doing anything about it??? Pretty soon she may have an open air house! Poison sounds like a bummer when construction/screening could do it. 94? I'd say you must have checked when a little cloud was overhead, but no clouds today!! A little after 2 and it's 96. You are toasty as well (93!). Have a nice weekend :)
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106. WeatherWise
7:50 PM GMT on August 28, 2014
Hi WTS, RE Squirrels - the neighbor still has done nothing and I can see new damage under her underhang. NOt sure what it is going to take to get her going. She says they make so much noise she can't sleep at night. Think she is looking for a free fix like expecting guy next door to go up on her roof to fix.She has a supertall house requiring like a triple size ladder which she does own one. I suspect it has gone so far that it will take a professional and a lot of work to make the repairs. It is ashame that she is letting the damage get worse. She had the guy next door to sprinkle some stuff in the attic and he said nothing in there. I said something like "Well if you are putting out poison, they will die up there and what a mess." She quickly corrected me that it was not poison but a deterrent? Who knows! Whatever. So that is the latest on the squirrel saga.

Thanks for dropping by my blog, today. Hope you are having a great day. See where you are at 94 and I am at 93 so is hot!
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105. calpoppy
7:32 PM GMT on August 28, 2014
WTS I have always been able to upload non outdoor photos for my blog. I just used for my portrait or blog and they always allowed it. But it is much easier now with the one button for for my blog.

Getting warmer, night temps back in the low 70's :((((((((

Nice to see you getting cereus!
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104. WatchinTheSky
6:45 PM GMT on August 28, 2014
Oh my, a new photo upload page! And it looks like maybe you can upload an indoor (non outdoor centric) photo if you check the 'for my blog' button. Will have to try that and see.

I am doubly cereus about this photo ;-)

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103. WatchinTheSky
9:04 PM GMT on August 27, 2014
Hi GG, she is still MIA, I guess. And I had something to post in her blog, so I guess I will do it here. I hope she is OK, and just super busy! It has been a long time...

I just watched a 'documentary' last night on Youtube - The Seeds of Death - about how wonderful Monsanto, DOW, and a couple other corps and GMO are. Now I don't feel like eating... I'm sure a little fact checking regarding what was reported in the film is in order, but I imagine it is mostly accurate.
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102. GardenGrrl
8:42 PM GMT on August 27, 2014
Space Banshees. Now those are some formidable weather goblins. Speaking of space banshees and swirlys, has anyone heard from SP?
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101. WatchinTheSky
5:15 PM GMT on August 27, 2014
Yes, poor Ylee, Pros, and I think, WW! Space banshees are nasty, I hear ;-)

Thanks, BC - yes the second setting was for Mrs. and it was pre dinner since she is off in Vermont this week on business and anni is Thursday. Yeti will keep me company tomorrow! Plus Theia and Phin, of course :-)
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100. BriarCraft
3:32 AM GMT on August 27, 2014
At least those space banshees are Back East. One banshee ear over Kentucky. Sorry, Ylee, it's been nice knowing you. Oh-oh. Proserpina is in the banshee's mouth!

Thankfully, the only snakes around here are garter snakes. They eat bugs, which is good, but unfortunately they also eat our little tree frogs. I'd much rather have lots of froggies around here than snakes.

I was paying attention over on Flickr, WTS, and I know you had an anniversary. Very romantic dinner you had in a great setting. Speaking of settings, I hope that second setting was for the Mrs. and not Yeti.
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99. WatchinTheSky
11:04 PM GMT on August 26, 2014
HELLO! That would catch your attention (Mr SP Rattler) ;-)

We had one night in the 50s a week ago,now back in the mid 60s with a warm up for a couple days - 97? Ack!

I see NASA has found signs of weird gigantic life (at least the face) hiding in hurricanes - space banshees


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98. calpoppy
1:40 PM GMT on August 25, 2014
It has been a big snake year for us. Two reasons that we attract snakes, one we provide water for the critters and two we feed the birds and that attracts the critters the snakes like to eat. So if I don't want snakes then I need to not feed or water the critters :(

We were hiking down a path and I heard Mr. P say HELLO and it was not a person but a large Southern Pacific Rattler!

We have clouds!! And the nights are in the 50's, YAY!!!!
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97. GardenGrrl
10:13 AM GMT on August 24, 2014
Jeesh, way too many rattlers about. Best they stay in the rocks. I have a brown snake that zips under the house when I come by. I don't think it is a rattler or copperhead.
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96. WatchinTheSky
4:03 AM GMT on August 24, 2014
For certain Ylee! This image doesn't help much. It is really wound up good in the rocks, not like cal's Green Mohave. I doubt this one could manage any kind of strike!

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95. Ylee
2:40 AM GMT on August 24, 2014
Rattler's hid good, isn't it? Had to open up the image on another tab, and blow it up, just to see the head!
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94. WatchinTheSky
9:46 PM GMT on August 23, 2014
No haboob for us GG! They did warn for blowing dust out in Borrego, east side of the mountains - but not here.

Hey Ylee, I hope the day the cam spend looking at the sun did not cook its little brains ;-)

Hi Pros! Good thing the hummers here don't rely on the flowers only, this year has been so dry, blooms are far and few between. Hoping for a 'normal' rain season this winter, that would be 3 times what we got last year.

First time in a couple years I have seen a rattler at the Park. No idea how big he is, curled up in the rocks - but I would guess3-4 feet judging by the little cross section I could see!


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93. Proserpina
1:39 PM GMT on August 22, 2014
Good morning WTS! Now and then I see a hummer enjoying the nectar of the flowers. This year I started as usual, to put up the hummer feeders but then I gave up since they were not coming. Eventually the BeeBalm enticed them and by then I figured they found food on their won and did not need me. Bye WTS!
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92. Ylee
1:35 PM GMT on August 22, 2014
I agree with GG! Hummers in silhouette rock!
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91. GardenGrrl
1:32 PM GMT on August 22, 2014
Nice silhouettes of hummers at sunrise this morning. Already 8am here and 84 degrees.
Did you get some of the giant dust storm yesterday?
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90. Ylee
11:18 PM GMT on August 21, 2014
Hummer cam's stuck again; did the stormage take it out?
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89. WatchinTheSky
3:49 PM GMT on August 20, 2014
What the heck!


Not monsoooon, but I'll take it! Lightning, thunder, and RAIN! At least at the coast - but it is moving north and east so it should make it to Escondido :)))

Hi GG! I need to go through the video for the cam to see what happened, are you thinking Yeti was abducted =:-O

Hi cp! Did you get any rain from the cool front moving through? I'll have to check out the Flickr guy! With the lagoons and few lakes/reservoirs we have, there are an amazing variety of water fowl - at least until the water is gone!
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88. calpoppy
1:49 PM GMT on August 20, 2014
Look how cool you are down there!! It is partly cloudy here with a chance of a t-storm or two. Feels good right now!! There is a photographer down in your area on Flickr. He is on the Wildlife of Southern California group. He takes great pics of waterfowl. I did not know that there were so many different waterfowl species down in the San Diego area. Amazing!! You might want to check him out, I think there is only 3 of us that contribute much to the group.
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87. GardenGrrl
10:13 AM GMT on August 20, 2014
Yay the hummer cam is back up albeit it is dark outside. Yesterday it looked like the alien abduction cam. Blurry transporter lines showing the camera view of getting beamed up. By the way, where is the Yeti?
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86. WatchinTheSky
4:04 AM GMT on August 20, 2014
Hi WW! Oh no, I've heard of bats in the belfry, but squirrels in the overhang? Neighbors don't want squirrels in their attic?

Hi BC! Poor hummer cam went belly up from a gust of wind, I'm guessing.
Clearly, you have the same expert forecaster as here with the same MO! By the afternoon, they are exactly right!

I'm thinking you might do better ;-)
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85. BriarCraft
9:58 PM GMT on August 19, 2014
Hummer cam is pointed at the sky, picking up sun's rays.

Ants raiding sugar water? I hang my feeders with a loop of wire and smear vasoline on the wire. The ants don't like to set foot on the stuff, so all I see on the feeders is the occasional daring ant that fell on it and then can't climb up past the vasoline.

I have to chuckle at the ever-changing weather forecasts. Fairly consistently this summer, the actual high temperatures have been higher than originally predicted. Case in point, this morning, when I looked at the local forecast, both on WU and NWS, today's predicted high was 76°. Currently, the temperature is 80.8° and the forecast has been revised to predict a high of 81°. And since we haven't quite hit the hottest part of the afternoon yet, I'm betting today's "forecast" gets revised again. I suppose they feel compelled to update the forecast throughout the day, so that their stats look better. Now they can say, "Yep, we said it was going to get up to 81°. We were right." An hour from now, they will say, "See! We told you the high was going to be 84°. Right again!" If this is what forecasting is all about, I could do just as well looking out the window at the thermometer.
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84. WeatherWise
9:32 PM GMT on August 19, 2014
Hi WTS, You really are having lots of hummers. Spotted one at my butterfly bush, Saturday. No photo, though. I never filled my hummer feeders or put out my new hummer feeders. The squirrels are really giving us a problem and some neighbors seeem to think my feeding the birds might be attracting them and adding more to the problem. Somehow they have found their way into the overhang or underhang of their houses. When I got back from DC, I decided to not fill the feeders to see if it made a difference.I thought I might buy some pretty flowers to hang that might attract the birds and butterflies as well, plus keep plenty of fresh water out..
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83. WatchinTheSky
6:46 PM GMT on August 19, 2014
Hi ya GG! Good resources and letting people know they are not alone, help for sure :) p&k, that's a 180!

Hey Ylee - I think the Allen's here like to fan if some one is near 'their' feeder!

Hi cp! We seem to have a bust of new hummers here, as well! I think the hooded orioles are thinning out a little, they will all be gone next month, where did the summer go :(

Oh yeah - it's supposed to be 90 for at least the next 8 days, I guess summer is still here. Beginning to show up regularly now in the local media - 100 days of above average temps for San Diego. This is generally due to above average over night temps - great sleeping weather :( though there have been a few hot day times, generally the really hot days for San Diego (if there are any) come in Sept and Oct. If you want HOT, just go east 20 miles!
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82. calpoppy
3:54 PM GMT on August 18, 2014
We have a hummer feeding frenzy going on here! Lots and lots of young hummers that are hungry all the time.

We are going to have a cool down, hurray!!! And a teeny weenie chance of rain!
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81. Ylee
5:36 AM GMT on August 16, 2014
Fanning tail feathers are common among rubies, just to let you know.
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80. GardenGrrl
6:59 PM GMT on August 15, 2014
Hi ya, yeah it is pretty intense. Hopefully it helps someone out. The next blog will be puppies & kittens ;D
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79. WatchinTheSky
6:46 PM GMT on August 15, 2014
Very good discussion going on at GG's blog, but quite intense. I don't have much to offer but support..

Looks like we are stuck at 90 for the next week, ack.
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78. WatchinTheSky
10:24 PM GMT on August 14, 2014
Hi cp! Yikes, smoke is not good :( According to one WU station in Glendora, not windy (1 mph) but hot! 98
Not good when smoke is blowing right overhead..
As of 2:40 - A brush fire that has grown to about up to 75 acres has broken out in the hills of Glendora.
The so-called Shoemaker Fire was reported before 1 p.m. near East Fork Road and Glendora Mountain Road, Ron Ashdale of the Angeles National Forest said.
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77. calpoppy
9:29 PM GMT on August 14, 2014
I guess there is a fire in Glendora, lots of smoke coming our way :( I hope they get it out very soon, windy here I wonder how it is there.
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76. WatchinTheSky
8:02 PM GMT on August 14, 2014
Oh GG, such a comedienne! I see the cam is not updating from this morning when it was quite foggy until about 7:30 AM.

I was looking over a web page from Cornell Lab related to birds and came across a cool link of hummer photos!

Here is an example - I never would have guessed that the gorget feathers would fan out like that! Mr Calliope showing off to (scaring?) Mrs Calliope.


Almost freaky ;-D
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75. GardenGrrl
5:05 PM GMT on August 14, 2014
OH MY GOSH! Is that rain showing up on the Hummer Cam! Let it slowly pour and soak in.
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74. WatchinTheSky
3:26 AM GMT on August 14, 2014
Hi Karen! I didn't recall you mentioning eminent retirement before, but wasn't sure ;) It does help to really like what you do!

Hopefully you get some nice hiking weather at Idyllwild, rain can put a damper (so punny) on hiking - especially if there is a chance of giant sparks! Seeing some rain would be a nice change, though. Off to check out Sandi's blog and your comment!

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73. SBKaren
1:05 AM GMT on August 13, 2014
Is school starting up in a couple weeks? Or are you 'living the easy life' now??

No easy life for me quite yet. I guess I could retire, but I still like what I do. If I can just get past the complaining I do about the beginning and end of the year crunch, I pretty much like what happens in between.

We took a trip to Lake Tahoe last week and I posted something about it in Sandiquiz's blog (entry #27). We got LOTS of rain, starting with us the night before we left (August 2nd).

Next week we're heading to Idyllwild and hopefully the weather will be more conducive to hiking. That was our plan in Tahoe, but we had to adapt a bit because of all the rain, or threat of rain.

When we get back (Wed) I only have a day before I head back to work. My first official day will be Friday, August 22nd, with the kids starting on the 27th.

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72. SBKaren
1:04 AM GMT on August 13, 2014
Is school starting up in a couple weeks? Or are you 'living the easy life' now??

No easy life for me quite yet. I guess I could retire, but I still like what I do. If I can just get past the complaining I do about the beginning and end of the year crunch, I pretty much like what happens in between.

We took a trip to Lake Tahoe last week and I posted something about it in Sandiquiz's blog (entry #27). We got LOTS of rain, starting with us the night before we left (August 2nd).

Next week we're heading to Idyllwild and hopefully the weather will be more conducive to hiking. That was our plan in Tahoe, but we had to adapt a bit because of all the rain, or threat of rain.

When we get back (Wed) I only have a day before I head back to work. My first official day will be Friday, August 22nd, with the kids starting on the 27th.

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71. Ylee
4:21 PM GMT on August 12, 2014
I like the new close-up angle! I think I see the Yeti waving his arms on the far hill! :' )
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70. PugetSoundPost
2:25 PM GMT on August 12, 2014
Hi! I just wrote most of this same thing over on CP's page but thought I should stop by here with a similar report to you. We were HOT yesterday!! Our high ended up at 99.6 (couldn't we get that extra .4??) and it was hot. We aren't used to that by far! It was kind of fun for the day, but day after day like you guys get would wear us out. Then we had a cool thunderstorm last evening. Lightning striking fast and furiously for awhile, some thunder too but not super close and lightning was the main show. Then to top that off we had a little .03" rain shower with huge raindrops go over as well. Monsoon moisture from the desert SW, the NWS guys say, that missed SoCal and came up here instead! We are expecting more thunderstorms today but it should be cooler - however our low of 69 did not cool the place down very much! Then more of a regular rain is also due tonight/tomorrow.
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69. WeatherWise
3:20 AM GMT on August 12, 2014
Hi WTS, Neat moon shots. Lucky you....another rainy night here so no moon shots tonight! Thanks for sharing your moon phots with me.
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68. WatchinTheSky
5:06 PM GMT on August 11, 2014
Hi Ylee! I have had a similar moat problem, though it has been the rogue leaf bridging the moat. I find a little soap in the water helps (surface tension and all), sometimes the ants try to form a floating chain to allow their comrades a way in! I usually have an eye out for used moats, buying new ones is a little pricey for the 20 I would need.

Did you notice the little puffy clouds! Slight monsoon, maybe enough for cal to get some rain!
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67. Ylee
4:51 PM GMT on August 11, 2014
Phin definitely has a Brezshnev(can't spell his name, no way to check on this computer) thing going! :' )

We don't have a bee problem on our hummer feeder, but we do have ants. My current feeder has a "moat" built on top of it, to keep ants out, as long as it has water in it. It has a loop on top of it where a string can be used to hang it somewhere(we use a shepherd's hook). Instead of a string, I use a ziptie, and until yesterday, it worked pretty well. However, yesterday morning when I checked the feeder, it was covered in ants! The moat still had water, so for a second, I was scratching my head. Then I saw where the end of the ziptie had shifted over, and was touching the side of the lip of the moat, giving the ants a moat bypass, so to speak! After cleaning up the feeder, I snipped off the end of the ziptie with a pair of scissors, and all is good now!

Keep cool!
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66. WatchinTheSky
4:10 AM GMT on August 11, 2014
A couple of moon shots - rising over the same hills 2nd one is an hour later and much closer to the hill.



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65. WatchinTheSky
10:07 PM GMT on August 09, 2014
Hi GG! I think Yeti is back up in the grove working on his cave in that big rock ;-) Yeah, I saw your weather sticky - 101 at around 4, but it also said mostly cloudy! That would be a bad combo.

Hi BC, there are two seed feeders just past the two nectar feeders and the doves queue up along the fence sometimes. I have seen them drink from the bottom of the fountain but never land up on the top like the smaller birds.

Hey Ylee! That's pretty cool, and sharp observation! Maybe two families with two kids each! I have thee hardest time IDing anything but the males :-P The kids and females all get lumped together, usually. Isn't August when the hummers need to bulk up for the long journey?


Phin was looking a little Hollywood after his shower today, posing with that glint in his eye! And a tiny mohawk, or is that big bushy eyebrows LOL

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