I was premature in my last report. The two juveniles that were born here are still here! They're zipping around making all kinds of noise as they bicker and communicate, filling up more and more at the feeders and flowers. They spend long periods nectaring at the bee balm and cardinal flowers, and have drained one or two of the feeders over the last several days. They seem more self-assured, heavier, and almost ready to head out! We have a night in the mid-40s on tap for tonight: that may send them on their way.
Latitude: 42.5 Longitude: -78.5
Observed by: Michelle
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