For what it’s worth, I’ve had two hummingbird feeders out for over two weeks
now, and haven’t seen a single one. Usually by this time we’ve had dozens.
> On May 27, 2017, at 3:44 PM, Ellen Haith <elliehait...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Along the west shore of Cayuga Lake we occasionally have up to three
> Hummingbirds at a time at either feeder. So far this spring (?) - we have
> seen ONE female sitting on the edge of a feeder looking away from the cottage
> - none other. Might this be a result of the late and frequent cold snaps and
> the subsequent lack of either floral food or human assistance?
> Info and/or assurance gratefully accepted.
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