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I guess we better move to Clay County then.   We had a lot of Baltimore 
Orioles and a few Orchard Orioles - coming to the hummingbird feeders and 
grape jelly - but all disappeared over a month ago.

John Hansen    Saint Joseph MO  [log in to unmask]

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From: "Bob Foreman" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2009 8:34 AM
Subject: Hummers & Orioles


> The longest we've seen the male hummers!!  It's a zoo around here.  We
> think the MANY flowers Karli planted combined with plenty of nectar all
> year has contributed as many friends have not seen as many...things change
> year-to-year in local areas.
>
> LOTS of mature males.  All season, but now a bunch.
>
> We also believe by having grape jelly available (front & back of the
> house) we are seeing the Orioles stay longer than ever.  We have seen NO
> let up in the numbers.  Both Northern and Orchard.
>
> Right here in our little bit of "dog-patch" it would seem the hummer
> migration is now "kicked-in".
>
> Bob Foreman
> Smithville, Clay, MO
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