At a large second-floor windowbox, we have feeders for several kinds of birds and butterflies. Two juvenile (or perhaps female) ruby-throated hummingbirds were coming repeatedly for the 1:4 sugar water, but in addition, one of them pecked repeatedly at suet, and on several occasions, a hummingbird snapped down tiny insects from the overripe fruit in the butterfly feeders. It's possible that the suet had bugs on it, but I didn't see any.
Latitude: 44.9 Longitude: -93.3
Observed by: Mary
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