Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Birds and Alpacas

                                 Aunt Cathy sent us a picture of Alpaca's from her friend house.

These two are not twins.
They have the same dad but different mothers.
They were born three weeks apart.

Aren't their tails cute?

All summer long our mom has been watching the 
Hummingbird feeder and has not seen a bird.


Yesterday afternoon. Look what she saw out the kitchen window.
Can you see him?? He's drinking out of the feeder.

 Mom had to enlarge this photo, sorry it is so blurry. 
We hope he comes back but think he may go south for winter.


  1. oh how seet that a hummingberd came to visit you!!! we love alpacas and the mama would love to have 2... but that's pie in the sky, so we enjoy your hotos and imagine they would be yours, that's good too ;O)

  2. Hari Om
    Alpacas are very cute, front and back! I do hope that now the nectar has been found, the hummingbird will return - and spread the news! hugs and wags YAM-aunty xxx

  3. They do look like twinsies! Hummingbirds are such adorable little birdies.

  4. The baby alpacas are adorable. So fun to see young ones. Hummers are such interesting birds; we hope this one comes by for a few more visits before heading south. We hope they all have a safe migration.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  5. Oh wow I'm in heaven I love hummingbirds and those alpacas are just beautiful...and I bet so soft.
    Hugs Cecilia

  6. Maybe he will come back next year now that he has found your feeder
    Hazel & Mabel

  7. You knows, maybe he'll come down here! Our hummers stay all year long! If I see him, I'll lets you know ☺
    Oooooo, those are adorable fluffy doggies! they do look like twinsies!
    Ruby ♥

  8. White Alpacas---very cute. Glad a Hummer finally visited the feeder. We have occasional visitors but not in bunches.
    Have a good day or weekend or whatever---haha
    MaryBeth and Bingo too

  9. Those alpacas are cute. Are you allowed to run and p lay with them?

    We used to put out hummingbird feeders. But the Evil Squirrel Cartel kept ruining them.