Spring birds

A rufous hummingbird feeds from a camellia flower on a dewy morning near Elkton in western Oregon on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. According to allaboutbirds.com rufous hummingbirds are long-distance migrant. They can travel nearly 4,000 miles from breeding grounds in Alaska and northwest Canada to wintering sites in Mexico. They travel north up the Pacific Coast in spring.
A small songbird (possibly a yellow warbler) pauses while feeding from one of the camellia flowers.

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