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Published on May 27, 2013 These hummers are back from their wintering grounds in Mexico. Category Pets & Animals License Standard YouTube License
Published on May 31, 2012 Boyce Thompson Arboretum east of Phoenix Arizona Category Science & Technology License Standard YouTube License
Male Magnificent Hummingbird giving flash signals with throat and forehead plumage.
A selection of Hummingbirds and Orioles at the feeder by Jim Morgan’s Son.
Filmed with a Casio EXF1 Pro high speed camera at 600 frames per second.
Rufous Hummingbird ( Male ) – Best viewed at 720p resolution
I took these video snippets of several Costa’s hummingbirds for several days around 1-05-2011 in an RV park near Palm Springs, CA. There may be an immature male and a female in here, along with 1 or more mature males.
Recorded at my house in northern Utah. Last fall we were inundated with hummers during the first couple weeks of September, so this year I am going to work on getting some video.
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A beautiful male Anna’s Hummingbird captured in 600 frames-per-second slow motion with the Casio EX-F1 high speed camera.
A hand fed Hummingbird video that is amazing. Taming the Alaskan hummingbird. These hummingbirds were filmed at our lodge in Alaska, no feeder required! Our lodge in Alaska has TONS of these little birds in the summer. Did you know their heartbeat can be as high as 1200 beats per minute! Mother nature is amazing! These adorable hummingbirds eat right out of our hands here at the lodge. While setting up the cameras for some more hand feeding, these two little hummingbirds gave us “the shot”. The majority only arrive after migrating from Mexico, looking for feeders along the way. [More]
Wild and aggressive, the tiny birds are a force onto themselves.
Amazing hummingbird photography of these little birds in Alaska. They travel from Mexico and migrate to Alaska each spring. We enjoy these little birds and great photographic moments they offer us!
From British Columbia the summer home of a variety of tropical hummingbirds, this close and slow look at amazing hummingbirds. Soundtrack is ‘The Orient’ by Alex Yiannaras www.elixirion.com