[Tweeters] snow and feeders and hummers

Dan Reiff, PhD notcalm at comcast.net
Sat Nov 29 17:36:50 PST 2014


Where can we buy these heated hummingbird feeders?
Thanks,
Dan Reiff
Mercer island

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On Nov 29, 2014, at 11:47 AM, L Markoff <canyoneaglej at gmail.com> wrote:


> I use the heated hum feeders too. This is the first season I am using them. I am running two heated feeders and two regular feeders, to cut down on feeder domination by Hercules, the top male.​ When the temp goes down I plug in the heated feeders and take the regular feeders indoors until things warm up again. This system has been working quite well, so far.

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> Lori Markoff, Eugene, OR

> (To reach me please use canyoneagle at comcast.net. I only use gmail to forward incoming Tweeters mail to my comcast account because my comcast address gets bounced by Tweeters. I don't check gmail very often.)

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> On Sat, Nov 29, 2014 at 10:34 AM, Joanna Bailey <joanna at isomedia.com> wrote:

>> Here is our overwintering Anna’s on our new heated feeder. We got it just in time for the cold snap. http://instagram.com/p/v_WqpsFaAT/?modal=true

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>> When he isn’t eating, he’s perched on a string of Christmas lights we have around the back porch under cover. I haven’t spotted the other two hummers yet this morning.

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>> -Joanna

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>> www.seventreesfarm.wordpress.com

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>> From: tweeters-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu [mailto:tweeters-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Dave Templeton

>> Sent: Saturday, November 29, 2014 9:35 AM

>> To: Tweeters

>> Subject: [Tweeters] snow and feeders and hummers

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>> hi:

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>> i have mixed emotions about bird feeders, and attracting bears to the neighborhood is not high on my list of great ideas either. that said, it is comforting to see a couple of chunky rufous hummers coming to the nectar feeder in the light snows of north bend this snowy novemeber morning. the hummiers are about as puffy bodied as a little guy can get right now. even in the dark and overcast there are glimpses of bright red heads now and then.

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>> kinda neat.

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>> regards,

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>> t

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>> dave templeton

>> fall city, wa

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