Hummingbirds in Murfreesboro - Great pictures

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The staff at the Wilderness Station held a puppet show for the visitors with a Hummingbird theme during the Hummingbird Festival. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The staff at the Wilderness Station held a puppet show for the visitors with a Hummingbird theme during the Hummingbird Festival. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The staff at the Wilderness Station held a puppet show for the visitors with a Hummingbird theme during the Hummingbird Festival. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The staff at the Wilderness Station held a puppet show for the visitors with a Hummingbird theme during the Hummingbird Festival. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Sarah Seago points outs to her daughter Maddie one of the many hummingbirds that were feeding at the Wilderness Station during Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Hummingbird Festival. Photo by Jim Davis/ Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The staff at the Wilderness Station held a puppet show for the visitors with a Hummingbird theme during the Hummingbird Festival. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Rachel Simpson plays the Nectar game at the Hummingbird Festival where children pretended to be Hummingbirds and cross pollinate flowers using a turkey baster. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Dr. Dan Combs from Tennessee Tech University gave a lecture on Hummingbirds at the Hummingbird Festival held at the Wilderness Station. In the photo he is explaining the different ways a hummingbird can feed. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Aprile Mazey helps her daughter Abigail make a hummingbird at the Hummingbird Festival held at the Wilderness Station. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Janet Wichtman concentrates on photographing a hummingbird at one of the feeders at the Hummingbird Festival held at the Wilderness Station. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.​

For those who call themselves hobby photographers, you likely realize how hard it is to take a picture of a bird in flight. The Wilderness Station in the Barfield Park recently held a Hummingbird Festival and discussed the rapid flight of the Humming Bird.

Jim Davis with the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department was at Barfield Park and happened to catch the magical bird in flight.

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