While out for a drive…
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Indian Tobacco

Hummingbird approaching Indian Tobacco flower

  The Indian Tobacco plant  ( Nicotiana glauca ) is a member of the potato family.  It grows profusely here along the banks of Cache Creek in the central valley of California.  It is believed to have been used for smoking by the Native Americans  in this area.  Here is a hummingbird ( I think it is an Anna’s ) about to imbibe the nectar of the wild tobacco flower.

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