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Ruby-Throated Hummingbird

Archilochus colubris


Journey North is asking people to record their last sightings of hummingbirds across the U.S. Check them out they are a neat website especially for teachers and children: We still have females coming to our feeder

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galewhale..Gale 8 years ago

The one in the middle is a male... yes different bird and different years

riversnoahep 8 years ago

it looks like a different bird in every pic

galewhale..Gale 8 years ago

Shawn good for you!! pass the word about Journey North wanting the last hummingbird sightings.

ShawnLaBrier 8 years ago

Great pictures! I had to travel to another state to see a Ruby-throated Hummingbird. We don't get them here in NM. :o(

I didn't know Journey North was tracking the last sightings now. Thanks for the heads up ... and thanks for the reminder. I recorded Black-chins and Orioles with them this spring/summer, but forgot to record the first Broad-tailed, Calliope, and Rufous arrivals.

Thank you for sharing your pictures!

SusanEllison 8 years ago

great shot

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Maine, USA

Spotted on Sep 4, 2011
Submitted on Sep 4, 2011

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