Like the hummers, we have flown away,
to a place where wi-fi doesn’t fly.
I can’t get a satellite signal consistent enough to upload,
here in The Cook Islands.
But, I am getting stunning island vistas.
Sending Holler Hummer hopes that you are healthy and well,
and looking forward to connecting with you when we fly back to civilization.
Until then, cheers to you from the incredible Cooks~
If you read Part I, you know about the greedy little capitalist. Above is one of his victims with a feather askew from a direct hit!
Here is another escaping his wrath.
The good news is, moving one of the greedy guy’s feeders into the bushes worked, and he is now under control.
Birds are feeding and flying freely once again at The Holler.
We now have three feeders up and about twenty birds actively feeding. This is less than prior years, probably because the persistent drought has ended, and The Holler and all the surrounding orchards are abloom with flowers, giving the hummers lots of dining options.
The orioles and Grosbeaks are here at the feeders too, also in smaller numbers for the same reason.
So once again, peace and harmony reigns at The Holler!