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Date: 8/3/11 10:59 PM

I enjoy having hummingbird feeders out and seeing the birds come to them. Anyone else do that?

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Date: 8/4/11 0:10 AM

My sister has 4 feeders this year. They are much fun to watch the birds come & go when I am at her house.

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Date: 8/4/11 1:00 AM

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Date: 8/4/11 1:08 AM

I love my hummers. There are mainly Anna's and Rufous.

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Date: 8/4/11 1:10 AM

Wonderful...how many feeders do you do?

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Date: 8/4/11 1:16 AM

I have three feeders out at all times because they drain them too quickly. They are medium/large size glass feeders. I finally put away the fourth extra large plastic feeder, because they really prefer the glass to the plastic and were draining the others and leaving the plastic to last:-) What about you?

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Date: 8/4/11 1:21 AM

One of my Anna's



haha notice how I say "mine" as if they are my pets or something. I really adore them:-)
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Date: 8/4/11 1:25 AM

OK One moooore from my window:


This one is my wallpaper on my phone. See its little tongue sticking out? :-) hehe

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Date: 8/4/11 1:40 AM

I used to catch hummers for a migration study.

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Date: 8/4/11 1:42 AM

Just curious but which kinds did you see? I have read that black chinned come as far as the PNW but have only seen them in Texas. Did you see any Caliope?

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