I put 3 for at least 3 adult Male R.T. maybe 4 but we just got a wave of them. So added to the males we have a flux of females mixed with our summer breeding females & our juvenile hummers. We think the storms on the East Coast could have been reason we have gotten alot today. Today it was so hot at 104 & up due to greenhouse effect from concrete slab this poor Male was 'panting'. I had my husband place the mister in the tree so they could cool off.My husband informed me they seemed to enjoy the mister & they were preening after their bath. We still cannot count all of them. Guessing around 12-15 total which is a very high # for us. It sure has been fun & exciting to watch & have them visit. The males still look on the skinny side as am sure they are burning alot of calories with storms traveling & fighting. Glad our house could be a Rest-Stop for them.
Latitude: 33.2 Longitude: -97.1
Observed by: Bonnie
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