“A hummingbird is trapped in the women’s change room,” was the call from Keough’s
pool. The area has a sloping roof and two spaces with a partial wall and low doorway
between. The hummer was buzzing at the highest point in the inner room—typical of
birds trapped indoors. We hung a feeder near the bird who was running out of energy.
She came down and fed. We moved the feeder to the low doorway; she followed into
the next room; we moved the feeder to the hall doorway; she followed; the feeder was
placed outside; she followed. The hummer was out—free—and zoomed away!!