You can stop in for coffee any morning! We've had hummers here for many
years. When I'm by the yard they sometimes buzz me. Many people who've never
seen a hummer get there first glimpse of one in our yard.
I love it when they perch on the clothes line. We can sometimes see them in
the tree, but that is much harder.
As for the turkeys, a few years ago they were released in our area and they
have done quite well. It is not unusual to
see one in the morning and again in the evening. I hear them quite often
when I'm walking. There sound is definitely unique.
> > This morning while I was drinking my coffee pond side, I saw my first
> > hummer of the season. It was followed shortly thereafter by a wild
> > turkey. The turkey didn't stay long and didn't come near the pond.
> > Then just as I was getting up I noticed an oriole gathering bits and
> > pieces to build a nest. I think I'll have another cup of coffee and see
> > what else arrives.
> What's in your coffee? A hummer and a turkey at one sitting is straight
> out of Eden. I have three bright red sugar feeders up and still not
> even one hummer. I'd like a cup of your coffee!
> Ruth Kazez