Texas Hummingbird migration

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G Saner
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Location: TX/Kerrville
Martin Colony History: Fort Worth, TX (1967-1976), The Colony, TX (1981-1985), Carrollton, TX (1986-2013), Kerrville, TX (2015-present).

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Re: Texas Hummingbird migration

Postby G Saner » Sun Oct 20, 2019 12:30 pm

I thought they were gone but I am still occasionally seeing a straggler on our native plants. I saw one yesterday feeding on the Turk's Cap.
G Saner

G Saner
Posts: 101
Joined: Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:37 pm
Location: TX/Kerrville
Martin Colony History: Fort Worth, TX (1967-1976), The Colony, TX (1981-1985), Carrollton, TX (1986-2013), Kerrville, TX (2015-present).

Two SuperGourd poles (12 gourds on each) at River Point Assisted Living Center.

Re: Texas Hummingbird migration

Postby G Saner » Thu Oct 31, 2019 8:59 am

I saw a hummingbird on our Turk's Cap yesterday (Oct. 30th) so some hummingbirds are still here. This morning was below freezing so that might put an end to the Turk's Cap.
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