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Thread subject: The baby hummers
Name Date Message
Anne UK1 05/27/10 02:23 pm Look pretty close to fledging now. Very healthy little things they are too - but so difficult to get a screen cap because they're jiggling around all over the place. Such a tight squeeze in that nest! Pic
martyc35 05/27/10 02:26 pm Good pic, and so cute, AnneUK1!
marty
Shelley 05/27/10 07:10 pm They are just growing so much, every day.

I have been taking screen shots galore. But I don't know how to post them here. Can you explain? Use short words, simple language. Pretend I know nothing. Because you would pretty much right

;-)
martyc35 05/27/10 11:29 pm Shelley: You will need to post the given screen shot to an online photo sharing service such as Photobucket or Flickr. These are free, but you must join to use the service. Save the photo to your desktop, then follow the instructions for uploading to the site you have joined. It's very easy to do. From Photoshop, for instance, you will find a thumbnail of the uploaded pic with choices for sending it to other sites. I use Direct LInk, and set up a link in a DPOF message box, as follows:
< a href= " PASTE THE URL OF THE PHOTO HERE BETWEEN THE QUOTES WITH NO SPACES AROUND ANYTHING IN HTML CODE "> WRITE THE LINK OR HYPERLINK, WHATEVER HERE AND CLOSE WITH < /a > (also without spaces)

For more help, go to this page for directions, bookmark it, and keep it for reference. Good luck, and remember we learn best by making mistakes and then learning how to correct them. No harm in that.
Marty
Anne UK1 05/28/10 05:31 pm Oh dear. One day later and sad news from this nest. Something (they think a crow) flew at the nest. Both chicks fell out. One was found by the man whose garden the nest is in, but try as he might he's not been able to find the other yet.

Nature's not nice sometimes :(

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