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"<a href="https://www.artistsforconservation.org/virtual-exhibit/4589/artist/5566/artwork/sugarwater-duel-ramsey-canyon-6025">Sugarwater Duel at Ramsey Canyon</a>" by Lynn Waltke | United States

Sugarwater Duel at Ramsey Canyon

Wallhanging by Lynn Waltke
10.00" H x 12.00" W
Year Completed:
juv. female Anna's, and male Rufous hummingbirds in flight
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Hummingbirds are generally known for their spectacular colors, amazing feats of aerial maneuvering, large personalities for tiny birds, etc. But part of their large personality is the pugnacious tendency to defend their source of nectar, or sugarwater, whether from flower or feeder. These two were literally dueling with their swordlike bills, showing another side of these small jeweled buzzy birds.



Sugarwater Duel at Ramsey Canyon | Wallhanging by Lynn Waltke | Artists for Conservation 2018

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