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Caught a glimpse of the male ruby-throat still here today in the early morning rain (Original Post) Walleye Sep 2023 OP
All our hummingbirds packed it in on Labor Day weekend. patphil Sep 2023 #1
I thought these were gone a few days ago but I'm still seeing a male and female from time to time. Walleye Sep 2023 #2
still have ours here as well in NC. bullimiami Sep 2023 #3
Here in WA... RainCaster Sep 2023 #4
My friend in southern New Mexico says a lot of pilgrims are passing through at her feeder Walleye Sep 2023 #5

patphil

(6,470 posts)
1. All our hummingbirds packed it in on Labor Day weekend.
Sun Sep 10, 2023, 10:26 AM
Sep 2023

One day they were here, about 60 miles above NYC, and the next...nothing.
They just about drank their feeder dry. I refilled it for any stragglers who might be coming down from the north, but we won't see our hummers again until late spring.

Walleye

(32,134 posts)
2. I thought these were gone a few days ago but I'm still seeing a male and female from time to time.
Sun Sep 10, 2023, 10:28 AM
Sep 2023

But they will all be gone soon and I won’t see them again until April, hoping we are all still here

RainCaster

(11,083 posts)
4. Here in WA...
Sun Sep 10, 2023, 11:24 AM
Sep 2023

I haven't heard the Rufous for at least two weeks now. But we have two groups of Anna's that are still here. One group stays year round, and about half fly south.

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