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BirdWeb.org says Rufous appear in WA at March...

Posted by thecitychicken SW Washington (thecitychicken@yahoo.com) on
Thu, Feb 28, 08 at 1:27

BirdWeb.org (Washington state birds) says:

Rufous hummingbirds arrive in Washington from late February to early March.

Guess I'd better get my feeder out!

:)

-Katy


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RE: BirdWeb.org says Rufous appear in WA at March...

I'm following up to my own post: I put the feeder out two days ago and guess who showed up today; March 1st?? A male rufous hummingbird! Yay!

-Katy


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RE: BirdWeb.org says Rufous appear in WA at March...

Katy,

I've left a feeder out all winter for the anna(s) that we saw a few times, but no rufous yet.

Susan
Battle Ground, WA


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RE: BirdWeb.org says Rufous appear in WA at March...

Susan, you're in Battle Ground, cool. And you've had Anna's? I've never seen anything but Rufous. Do Anna's even come here?

-Katy


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RE: BirdWeb.org says Rufous appear in WA at March...

Katy, Anna's are here year-round. A friend of mine near here has several that she watches at her feeder all winter.

Susan
Battle Ground, WA


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