R.R. Bridge Fisher

HUMMINGBIRDS

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They have been gone for a few days now, but I haven't been looking that much either.

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Just now, R.R. Bridge Fisher said:

Went thru a lot of food this week.  They are feeding now!

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The rifle is overkill for hunting hummers.     :laugh:

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We are about at the end,only a few each AM and evening.  I suspect ours will be gone this week. Eastern CT shoreline.

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2 hours ago, skinnywater said:

Still seeing them this morning here in Maine.  

Same here in SE Mass., females and immature males only.

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I think all my birds have packed up and hit the road. Haven't seen one since Saturday. I'll leave the feeders out for a couple more days in case a straggler happens by.

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My buddy told me that an expert told him to leave his feeders up into December, because there are some 5 other species that will visit on migration.  I thought we only had 1 species on the east coast, and that he must have been talking west coast?  My wife says all you will accomplish leaving it out is to have your feeders befouled with yellow jackets. 

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2 hours ago, isleomaniac said:

My buddy told me that an expert told him to leave his feeders up into December, because there are some 5 other species that will visit on migration.  I thought we only had 1 species on the east coast, and that he must have been talking west coast?  My wife says all you will accomplish leaving it out is to have your feeders befouled with yellow jackets. 

Five other species of what, hummingbirds?

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