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The following site has, in addition to beautiful photos of hummers, maps showing the normal ranges of most hummer species found in the U.S., plus occurances of each species outside their normal range in the last three years. Rufous seems to show up just about everywhere, and there are lots of them! But there have also been suprising numbers of out-of-range reports of Calliopes, Allen's and Broad-tailed, as well as quite a few of Anna's a couple of years ago.

 http://trochilids.tripod.com

Bob Fisher
Independence, Missouri

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