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The Hummingbirds Are Gone Now: Untitled

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The Hummingbirds Are Gone Now

By SongofJoy
October 24, 2011

It always makes me a little melancholy when I realize that the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds have left here on their annual fall migration to southern Mexico, Central America, and even as far away as South America.

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karen13771
Oct 24, 2011 1:15 PM CST
Thank you for the nice article. I really enjoyed it. I haven't seen any since Oct 15, but I am still leaving the feeders up for awhile ,just in case.
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SongofJoy
Oct 24, 2011 2:04 PM CST
Thank you very much, Karen. I haven't seen any recently either but I still have a feeder up too. Thumbs up
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