• The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next
    The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next Jack's Pack- Fans of Jack Huber:
    June 19, 2021My collection of bird photos includes the largest species I have come across, such as the bald eagle, California condor, and brown pelican, but today's "Photo of the Week" shows one of the smallest, a black-headed hummingbird seen in Wyoming. Enjoy!

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      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) June 19, 2021 Just love hummingbirds.
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      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) October 13, 2020 Love them. At our old house, we had a family that came back every year, the beautiful colored ones.
  • RV BUG STOP
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    The self-closing design on the R.V Bug Stop keeps the slider on the R.Vs screen door closed. Installation is simple and requires no tools. just pull off the film from the tape and attach it to the horizontal rail under the slider. no more yelling at someone for leaving the slider open. with no bugs coming in you can sit back and relax thanks to the R. V. Bug Stop.

  • The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next
    The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next Lake of the Springs RV Resort:
    June 14, 2020I just added a couple of dozen photos, mostly of hummingbirds, to my California gallery of birds in our Oregon House campsite:

    https://www.jackhuber.com/california.html

    I also added all the Oregon House birds and several from Lakehills, TX, to my Wild B...  more
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      Dreamers and Travelers/ Tom & Prescott June 14, 2020 In two days our feeder was empty.
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      The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next June 14, 2020 They seem to be out in force this year...
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        Bruce & Linda (Omnibus) June 15, 2020 We have fewer so far this year, one male and one female Ruby Throated.  However, the Baltimore Orioles and Downy Woodpeckers also like the nectar, so we are still going through several batches each week.
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