Two male Ruby Throated hummingbirds are using the feeder fairly evenly. More often, when one arrives the other leaves rather than each constantly chasing the other away. One is plump and the other is longer and leaner. It's almost as if they're resigned to sharing the feeders since they're both very hungry.
My first clue that there was more than one hummer here was the constant chittering sounds males make when another male is nearby. The were times when both were within a foot of each other. I hope they stay around.
Latitude: 30.2 Longitude: -92.4
Observed by: Carla
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