Discussion in 'Discussion Group' started by Kent, Mar 19, 2011.
Yep, got at least 2 regulars for the past few weeks now. Keep those feeders out.
mine are going thru a whole feeder (not a big one) every week.
Time to prepare those feeders. Our little friends will be hungry on arrival and as they pass thru!! http://www.hummingbirds.net/map.html
Have you seen any yet? We've had our feeders up for a month already, just in case! Just changed the food again this morning.
No sign yet. But we're keeping fresh sugar water out, too.
Any day now.
Yep, just saw my FB Memories from last year and today was the 1st day I spotted one. I hope to get one to light on my finger or hand this year. Gonna give it a shot.
Well, I finally spotted a male hummingbird on one of our feeders! Welcome back to my little friends!!
We saw our first one yesterday! Feeder is out! I was surprised because we are in the mountains!!
Very few this year on our feeder.
Still waiting to see my first one this year!
We ended up having a lot of hummingbirds this summer. Have not seen them in a couple of fays. Maybe the headed south early this year.
Time to get those feeders ready!!
Our little friends are going to be hungry!
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I've seen this in Los Angeles. Hummingbirds are bad-tempered, badass little critters.
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Learned today from Kim at Broadway Books here in Portland that hummingbirds who live near hawks fearlessly go after the hawks, buzzing them and complaining at them, and in general telling them to stay the hell away.
5:02 PM - 5 Apr 2018
Must be FEMALE Hummingbirds going after MALE Hawks!!!
I don't know about humming birds and hawks but I wish you could see the eagles and crows fighting at my house!
Have you seen any this year?
I have been seeing them for about a month now in Johnston and Pamlico counties.
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