7 AM, misty, and cool following a night of soft rain 51 degrees. Our hummingbird girls are enjoying perching on the branches next to thier feeders and a plethora of flower: salvia, turtle heads, phlox, lantana, nasturtiums, cardinal flowers, blue Lobelia, Cuphea, imatients, petunias, Dicentria, rose mallow, weigela, and some of the perennial yellow foxgloves are blooming again. Warm nectar is served in the mornings. Red flags fly for migrators, inviting them to our habitat, to enjoy a bed and breakfast. 13 feeders, 2 are on the perimeters for migrators. The 11 other feeders are closer to the house / located in a forest.
Latitude: 43.6 Longitude: -84.4
Observed by: Tilly
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