[Tweeters] re: hummers disappeared?

Vicki Biltz vickibiltz at gmail.com
Fri Jul 3 19:26:34 PDT 2015

My Anna's are gone for the time being, but I have WAY too many rufous with
lots of fighting...I counted about ten this morning, and of course there is
lots of fighting going on. Three males, so far, and at least seven females
and fledglings.
I don't expect them to stick around too long, but as long as I have all
the croscosmia, and other wild flowers, I don't think they will leave for a
few days...
Also, with us being on 7 acres, I've seen butterflies I've not seen
before. An orange one, as well as one with black and blue, I never got all
the colors, they were really busy....

IF I'm fortunate to get any photos I will post, in case anyone can id them
for me. Of course the swallowtails are abundant...

Vicki Biltz,
Connells Prairie Road,
Buckley, WA 98321

vickibiltz at gmail.com

On Fri, Jul 3, 2015 at 4:28 PM, Dave Templeton <crazydave65 at gmail.com>

> hi david and all:


> our neighborhood hummers, also anna's, rufous, and i think a couple

> hybrids, but i have not been able to document that, have mostly

> disappeared. my guess is there are so many wonderful new flowers blooming

> that they are following the sweets. the ones here had been getting pretty

> feisty, so they might be taking the opportunity to tone down the hassle of

> day to day life a bit.


> jmo.


> regards,


> t


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