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Old 07-10-2007, 10:54 AM
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Wink Hummingbird blind pics

For those inquiring minds about my hummingbird blind here ya go looking thru the blind and out the window
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Looking back into the blind Notice the well torn screen so that it wouldn't be in my way and for those quick shots the strings flip out of the way......
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So you got an alarm rigged for when the hummingbirds show up. It looks to me like the best postition for taking photos is horizontal, and that might result in some missed shots as one might be inclined to close their eyes and miss some opportunities.

Mighty comfortable looking blind.

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Neat set up! Now, are you going to turn the poles around & hang the feeders over the deck closer to the window????
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Neat set up! Now, are you going to turn the poles around & hang the feeders over the deck closer to the window????
Nope for two reason they poop alot and iffin the feeder leaks it drips on the deck inviting yellowjackets from near and far
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