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I came across this little guy peeping away on my lunch break. Long story short, we became friends over sugar water. He grew to love sitting on my hand, and cozied up in my palm a lot. He wouldn't let me walk away once, and landed on my shoe. I convinced him to stay. It's nice in the park. :) It did break my heart that he didn't want me to leave. I didn't want to, either. It was a safe park in a nice area with minimal foot traffic, and no large predators, so on a local vet's advice, I'd left him in the same are I'd found him. Before I left, I saw him fly up to a low tree branch, so I knew if any danger came around, he'd be able to flutter off. I took him to a local vet. She looked him over, said he was healthy, and that I should put him back where I found him. The vet gave me some good advice to take care of Peep just in case I needed to take him to a local wildlife preserve. At his age, he was in the later stages of learning how to fly, and his parents should have been close by. Hummingbirds are territorial. She gave him a clean bill of health. She advised that I take him back, wait a couple of hours, then return, and if he was still there, then I could take him to a local wildlife sanctuary. She gave me the name and contact number just in case. In those 2 hours, I'd looked up how to take care of a hummingbird in case I needed to keep him over night in my home before driving him up to the sanctuary where others more qualified and knowledgeable could care for him, and make sure he stayed in the wild where he belongs.

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