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Ruby Throated Hummingbird

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alexis.m.brooks 7 years ago

Maybe we will have a good year, I am hoping so. I love to hummingbird watch :).

Crystal Simmons
Crystal Simmons 7 years ago

Yes, I seen the first one in March:)

alexis.m.brooks 7 years ago

Have you seen any yet this year? I saw the first about two weeks ago. Curious to see if anyone else has spotted any yet this year?.

williefromwi 8 years ago

I have seen females in my yard this year ( 3 to be exact) and one male. The male I saw once. The females I see daily. I sure hope a male or two come shining around by me sometime soon. Thanks for sharing.

Crystal Simmons
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Crystal Simmons

Texas, USA

Spotted on Jun 12, 2012
Submitted on Jun 13, 2012

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