Seeing More Hummingbirds In Winter Lately? – Earthfix


We have been seeing more Hummers this winter at our feeder. Interesting info here. It’s worth keeping an eye out for species other than Anna’s because that one is native.

As winter begins, humming bird experts say more of the tiny birds may be sticking around the Northwest instead of migrating south. There are three types of hummingbirds Northwesterners might be seeing more of at feeders or in their yards this time of year: the Rufous, the Anna’s or the Allen’s hummingbirds. Read the rest of the story at:

http://earthfix.kcts9.org/flora-and-fauna/article/seeing-more-hummingbirds-in-winter-lately/

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