Hummingbird Rescue – The Power Of Compassion

I was so happy to see this youtube video of a hummingbird rescue, probably the best I have seen in a long time.

What would you do if you had a hummingbird in your house? I used to rescue hummingbirds that were trapped in a boathouse, carefully moving them back outside. I wonder if that teen-age adventure played a part in my step into HummingbirdShaman.

The power of compassion is an amazing ability. When in a state of compassion your energy shifts into a soul-expressive state. Just like with love, compassion lets the soul shine through your eyes.

God bless that wonderful man (and his photographer so quietly in the background) for rescuing this hummingbird. What a gift from God!


Hummingbird Shaman

Kavi's greatest love is facilitating the shift from questions into greater joy and understanding. This energy of joyful expression transfers into her many interests: photography, organic, symbiotic gardening, long dog-lead walks, and, of course, bird watching. Ready for a change within your own world? Seeking your own multi-dimensional support and alliance? Healing sessions and transitional support are available by appointment.

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4 Responses

  1. Janet Geren says:

    I have rescued several hummingbirds. One had an ant on his tongue and was not able to eat. I picked him up, literally off the feeder and brought him inside I had to kill the ant on his tongue because he could not eat. I did it with a 25 gauge needle, but but still stuck to his tongue. So he couldn’t eat. I literally had to take the the needle and take parts of the end off of his tongue because they are so delicate. I finally did this and released him and he was fined I have seen him since. Yesterday I rescued another hummingbird and he was fluttering almost like a sphinx moth, and trying to fly of the trees so he let me pick him up and I fed him. He did well, but I believe he was injured by our neighbors cat. It breaks my heart .

    • Hummingbird Shaman says:

      Hello Janet, so kind of you to help a hummingbird in need. Fascinating about the ant story. I’ve heard of hummingbirds getting caught in spider webs, as well. Blessings for your kindness, and encouragement for others to do the same. I think we make a difference in this world even with acts that seem simple.


  2. Janet Geren says:

    Sorry, I meant to say I had to use a needle to take parts of the ant off of the hummers tongue. Please correct that since I am not able to edit here.



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