Hummingbird Sighting (Adult Male)
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Date: 09/08/2019

Number: 4

I was sick today & stayed in bed. Around 5pm my husband woke me up to see if I wanted anything to eat. He had also told me when he checked the feeder's one of the Perkey-Pet feeder's (the 4-port) was dry. I didn't know that last night he hung another small 4-port Perkey-Pet out so we had 2 at kitchen window instead of our normal one. He had to work today & was thinking I might not feel like checking them. We have never had a feeder to ho dry in my 40'-something years doing this. We also clean & refill feeder's with fresh nectar everyday & twice a day when over 90° weather. I told my husband since these hummers are not using the 32 oz. Large Perkey-Pet feeder that was on Frontporch just place it in between the pinched waist ones. I said surely they won't finish all that off! Lol! All of the ports are usually filled up with other hummers trying to move in. The adult Male R.T.'s are actually letting the jueves share a feeder with them. Here are some juveniles.Still guessing 12-15 as total.

Denton, TX

Latitude: 33.2 Longitude: -97.1

Observed by: Bonnie
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