A Hummingbird Miracle

A Hummingbird Miracle

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by Patricia M. Haynes



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:   Okir Publishing Inc.

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:   English

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I first noticed a little mother bird busy building a nest. It was about two feet outside my window and eye level, so it was easy to see. She was very busy building her a nest. A few days later, she laid two tiny eggs. She was very religious about sitting on them and keeping them warm. After awhile two little chicks were hatched. It was amazing to see how she cared for them. I watched her everyday caring for them, feeding them and protecting them from the elements like rain and strong winds. The more I watched the more intrigued I became. This little bird really cared for her babies. She would protect them also from the hot sun by spreading her wings around them to give them shade. The best part was watching he babies grow and see that they wanted to leave the nest. You could almost read their body language and I imagined them talking to each other. Momma Bird wouldn’t let them until she thought they were ready. She actually would teach them how to survive in the world. She showed them how to fly. When they messed up, and fell or landed on a chair, she flew right to them. Wherever they were at, she took care of them. She kept showing and encouraged them to fly. She was actually showing them how to fly by doing it over and over herself. She showed then how to get water and food. It was wonderful to see them finally make it to the feeder after trying to sit in it. She showed them how to drink from it; and how to go to a flowe This little mother bird came back every year for five years in a row to rebuild the same nest and lay two more eggs. I feel it was her because she would always come up to the window to let me know she was back, and then she would get busy rebuilding the nest. I didn’t’ see her the sixth year and I missed her. I felt she might have passed away, as thy travel so very far when it gets cold to a warmer climate. I feel sure her babies have come back. Now her babies, fly up to the window to let me know they are here. I make sure they have plenty of nectar and lots of flowers. They are a joy to watch and very entertaining.


Patricia M. Haynes

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Biography

"I was born in NJ, but moved to NC as a young child. It was in NC that I learned to love nature and theanimals. We lived in hundreds of acres of woods. My siblings and I played in the woods and enjoyedall of nature that surrounded us.I always excelled in art as a young girl in school. When I became a young woman, I painted mostlandscapes and seascapes. Later in life I went to photography. I have a passion for taken photos ofthings of the world that are beautiful, but fleeting. A sunrise, a sunset, a child’s laughter, all kinds ofanimals. Precious moments don’t last long and I want to freeze them in time for individuals to enjoyfor a long time. I love to give people joy. Many individuals have told me; especially those who areold and dying that my photographs do give them pleasure. This pleases me.I am a peaceful, loving person, who cares for others I want to feel that my life makes a difference inthe world somehow and I would like to leave something behind when it is my tie to go that children,and adults of all ages can enjoy and learn from.All little creature depend on others to care for them; hopefully a mother. Just as the mother birdtaught, so do we, as humans teach our children. It is not that different. Children will rememberfrom this book the importantance of parents and also about Gods blessings in the world. He hasprovided for us. They will remember to share with others. I hope they learn manners and respect.There is much sadness in this world and I suppose there always will be, but if we take the time tocount our blessings, stop and take in the gifts that our Creator has given us, hopefully we will knowhow to survive, just as baby bird had to learn."

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