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Old Tuesday 27th March 2012, 00:25   #1
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First Rubythroat zip 30117

First of the season for me today.
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Old Tuesday 27th March 2012, 01:19   #2
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Old Wednesday 28th March 2012, 23:53   #3
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Early hummingbird

Fantastic. I hope that they make it up here earlier than our usual mid-May. That is a long time to wait. Just love my hummingbirds.There is an interactive map on Hummingbird Guide for you to report your hummingbird sighting. It is appreciated because it helps others know when to put up their feeders. http://www.hummingbird-guide.com/hum...migration.html
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I've been seeing a few here and there (zip 30153, so we're close). I can't wait for them to see more of them.
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Fantastic. I hope that they make it up here earlier than our usual mid-May. That is a long time to wait. Just love my hummingbirds.There is an interactive map on Hummingbird Guide for you to report your hummingbird sighting. It is appreciated because it helps others know when to put up their feeders. http://www.hummingbird-guide.com/hum...migration.html
Thanks for the link. I posted my sighting.
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I got one around April 1, western North Carolina My first Female showed up May 29
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