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Remarkable NatGeo-level photography and fascinating narrative! I particularly enjoyed the leave-roof montage and mama hummingbird with spider web in her beak - and that you knew what it was and how it was used. Thank you for the lesson and for keeping a watchful (digital) eye on them for us.

Fine work, Kevin! I'll be checking back to see if you can get photos of the crows as they nest and raise little ones.

I agree with Dana -- the photos of the hummingbird working on her nest are excellent. Thanks so much for all your careful work.

I love the hummingbird series. They are the best I've seen in terms of helping me understand the construction and its size relative to its surroundings. Kudos!

Beautiful photos. Thank you.

Thank you everyone! Kevin Mack is the incredible photographer and Wildlife Naturalist at PAWS, and we look forward to his campus updates all month :)

I love the hummingbird series. They are the best I've seen in terms of helping me understand the construction and its size relative to its surroundings. Kudos!

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