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I saw a hummer on one of my feeders Thursday afternoon also.  I took it to be an im. Ruby-throated.

Mike Grant
Chesterfield, MO




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Neal Young <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>I had a  hummingbird show up at the feeder late last evening.  It was an immature, but I could not see it well enought o ID the species.  i did not have my binocs with me and it just fed for 15 - 20 seconds and left and did not come back.  We have a very light frost here this mornong, but I made sure there was fresh mix in the hummingbird feeder before I left for work this morning.  
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>Keep a feeder full for the late migrants and watch out for unusual hummers this time of year!
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