An Anna's Hummingbird sticks out its tongue to feed at a grevillea.
I like how this hummingbird and flowers stand out in black and white.
This angle shows a hummingbird feeding at one of the many flowers available at the arboretum.
This busy hummingbird settled down for a moment, allowing me to capture these vibrant colors.
Hummingbird on nest, feeding its babies
A hummingbird was on this nest in an olive tree, feeding its two babies.
Hummingbird on nest
A hummingbird was on this nest in an olive tree, taking care of two babies.
Baby Hummingbirds in Nest
Two baby hummingbirds wait patiently in their nest for their mother to return with food.
Two baby hummingbirds hear their mother return to the nest and they are ready for food.
Feeding a Baby Hummingbird
A mother hummingbird returns to her nest and starts feeding her two babies.
Allen's Hummingbird at a Grevillea
The UC Santa Cruz Arboretum is well-known for it's beautiful flower gardens that attract many hummingbirds, including this Allen's hummingbird (female or immature).
The iridescent throat patch of this male Anna's hummingbird is called a gorget, and extends over its head. The gorget helps identify this hummingbird commonly found in the UC Santa Cruz Arboretum.
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