Monday, May 17, 2010

Yoo hooooo... Where are you???

For weeks now the hummingbird feeders have been filled and hung, just waiting for the arrival of our garden's tiniest visitors.

One hangs from the oak tree right next to our deck.

Another hangs in the backyard patio.

A third hangs in the corner of our backyard from a mulberry tree branch.

And yet another hangs from the Hoppa Crab tree in the front yard. The Adirondack chairs we bought last year provide the perfect viewing area!
We're ready.... where are you????
Update: Shortly after posting this, we had our first two hummers! A male and a female, just minutes apart! Think they read my post and felt bad for me?


Jill said...

We got our first (that we saw) on the 8th!

Southern Lady said...

If you feed them, they will come! Carla

Angela said...

They heard you calling. How sweet. I loved the pictures. Just beautiful

Diva Kreszl said...

I do love watching the hummers, they haven't arrived here yet but I'm sure they are at the cabin, they love the hemlock trees for nesting. We always get so many of them they fight over the feeders :)

Em said...

I need to get my feeders filled! They usually come and check out my flowers first and remind me to fill up the feeders but the weather here has been so weird that maybe I need to lure them in this year!

Bargain Decorating with Laurie said...

If they do read your blog, I'm sure that they saw how enchanting your garden is and rushed right over! it's lovely. laurie

Susan said...

Oh, I love hummingbirds. So glad yours finally arrived. They were probably lost in blogland, checking out other blogs like the rest of us. ha! Sincerely, Susan

Joanne Kennedy said...

So happy they finally showed up for you. We have them all year long here where I live. We even had a few make nest and have babies here. Not this year though. Just the one dove made her nest here. I was hoping for more but only got the one.


BlueRidge Boomer said...

Ours knocked on the front door April 15th....the front door is clear glass and they were tapping it with their beaks...NO LIe!!


A New England Life said...

The Hummers seem to be a little scarce this year. We weren't sure they would ever show up here either. My dad was upset because they didn't have any either. Finally, the birds have arrived, though not very many.