Monday, June 30, 2014

The State Botanical Garden Of Georgia's Hummingbird Trail

"The State Botanical Garden Of Georgia's Hummingbird Trail" 
Judy Royal Glenn Photography  

This is one of the new signs that are displayed at The State Botanical Garden of Georgia for the new Hummingbird Trail.  If you missed the first post about the Hummingbird Trail please view here. 


These red markers can be found throughout the garden to display where the hummingbirds can be found feeding or perching in their natural habitat.


This photograph of an immature male Ruby-throated hummingbird was taken at marker #6.  He is feeding on the purple salvia.  

I have enjoyed seeing my vision of the Hummingbird Trail come to fruition, and I am appreciative of The State Botanical Garden of Georgia in believing in this project. If you are ever in Athens, come wander through the Hummingbird Trail and see these neatest little creatures in their natural habitat!

  I made a short YouTube video on my cell phone of the trail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLkOfWo-kXs

Location:  The Hummingbird Trail at The State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
  


2 comments:

Sherry Carter said...

I'm so excited for you! Maybe I can come home with you after one of our May conferences. Wouldn't that be great?

Judy Royal Glenn said...

Thank you. I am very excited too!! You are more than welcome to come visit me any time!