A guide took me there one afternoon around 4 pm. The Adventure Farm belongs to a family, the McKays, who have owned it for at least two generations. When we arrived, we sat and watched the hummingbirds humming around many feeders, at least five different species. Beyond the hummingbird feeders, flowering plants and pieces of fruit attracted many other birds, including Mot mots, doves and tanagers of various kinds, shrikes, and banana quits. There was a beautiful hummingbird nest on display, made from spider webs and lichen. We walked down a steep path past many citrus and other fruit trees, to a pond that the McKays recently made for their granddaughters. It's filled with tilapia. At dusk we returned to the feeders. The hummingbirds slowly made their way to the trees, and were succeeded by fruit bats swooping silently through the air and stopping to suck nectar from the feeders. This experience changed my view of bats.
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