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Had one in the yard Tuesday 7/12 so went and got a feeder and now there are a lot of them feeding on it Have not seen them for some time but now looks like more than one Species and Sizes Looked up proper feeding and care very interesting and fun to Watch.  Ordered another one on Amazon.  Hard to see but look to the right at the base will try to get better photo 

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Googled hummingbird and read some really amazing stuff about them.  Very amazing and unique bird

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I wonder if they're good eating?
Taste like chicken.

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Very territorial I watch them run each other off the feeder all day long.  Usually there's one that becomes king of the hill and as soon as another shows up he/she comes outta nowhere to run them off.  I out a trail cam up on the feeder last year.  They are cool to watch.  

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51 minutes ago, B B said:

Very territorial I watch them run each other off the feeder all day long.  Usually there's one that becomes king of the hill and as soon as another shows up he/she comes outta nowhere to run them off.  I out a trail cam up on the feeder last year.  They are cool to watch.  

Been watching just that real fighters Can't wait till I mount the other feeder. Now make my own Nector 1-4 sugar Water Heated or boiled.  

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I have two feeder out and lots of hummingbirds around. Very interesting to watch. Especially when they chase each other off.

 

 

Just a side note, I have some friends that would consider your bird bath as racially insensitive.

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I had relatives out in western PA that had a bunch of feeders out and you could watch 10 at a time at the feeders. They are neat little birds. My wife and mother in law had never seen one until last summer at Longwood Gardens. They are always great to see.

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 Now 8:46 pm and they were still coming but now too dark to tell. All these years and now I have them TG. 

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