Hummingbird, Nectaring from Flowers
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Date: 02/23/2023

Number: 1

Overwintering Rufous still here in 80' daily with fog, clouds daily. Went to Rokin deep purple salvia this a.m. then found blooming Vamillionaire Cuphea appealing for a change.

According to Texas A.M. published book, Hummingbirds of Texas, Rufous will be migrating out end of March or first week of April. We get male Rubythroats within a week of Rufous leaving in the A&M months of spring migration. That's what we see here at my location.
I have had JN interface conversations this winter inquiring about various hummingbird related things.

The two most important things to always have hummingbirds for us in Houston I can't relay enough, is plants, plants, plants close to feeders. This is the first attraction. Not just feeders.

Houston, TX

Latitude: 29.8 Longitude: -95.4

Observed by: Beverly
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