Visitor Saves Hummingbird Trapped in Foyer of Historic Site By Cleverly Using a Ladder–While Shooting Video (LOOK)

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A woman had just arrived at the Judge Wickersham House, an historic 1898 home in Juneau, Alaska to get a tour, when she happened upon a high-flying crisis.

One of the employees at the site greeted her by immediately asking, “What do you know about hummingbirds?”

She explained that one of the tiny birds had been trapped in the house’s foyer all morning, flying close to the ceiling in a panic for about four hours.

The woman had tried different things to get the female bird to fly out without success.

“Let’s try getting a ladder and the hummingbird feeder high up where she might notice it,” said the clever tourist who had just arrived.

While standing on the ladder for 15 minutes, the hummer actually landed on her hand several times and began sipping from the feeder.

“I felt the wind from her wings on my face and had her poke her little beak between my fingers!”

But the plan finally worked, and the moment was captured in a video.

“I can’t believe I pulled out my phone to record at the exact right moment,” said Rumble user, meadowlinden.

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“It was one of those magical moments I’ll never forget!”

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