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    Hummingbirds?

    So this has absolutely nothing to do with coins, bullion or preparing for WTSHTF. But it's was helpful in getting my mind off some issues I'm dealing with at the moment. The video was taken at the end the summer last year. Enjoy!

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    I love hummers, can't wait for them to start migrating north. They normally arrive here in late Feb.





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    thanks for that video, real nice!
    A friend sent me this one over a year ago or so. You may like it also. Enjoy!

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    Amazing footage! I have been told that they migrate to the higher elevations first. They apparently seek out the nectar from the mountain flowers, then they migrate down where I live at the lower altitude in June and July. I watch them when they check out my Honeysuckle vines. Thank for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by River Rat View Post
    I love hummers, can't wait for them to start migrating north. They normally arrive here in late Feb.
    So do I... have a "feeder" for 'em; in Virginia @ Mid-March.

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    I think the hummingbirds are fascinating to watch, and hearing them is also amazing. We don't see them where I'm from in New England. And we've tried placing feeders all over the property.

    We do get our fair share of Monarch Butterflies because of the plants we have in the garden but they aren't the same thing as Hummingbirds.

    Thanks for commenting and checking out the video.

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