I had one in my garden yesterday, visiting my monarda. Haven't seen one
since late spring when I saw what I call a "wild one" in the woods at the
end of Muriel Street. I give you huge kudos for maintaining your feeder
all this time with no apparent rewards!! Glad you got a brief reward.
On Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 3:21 PM, W. Larry Hymes <w...@cornell.edu> wrote:
> As we were talking with our son Chris in our living room on Tuesday, he
> exclaimed excitedly, "A hummingbird just came to your feeder!!" It moved
> out of sight, but soon returned. We had not seen one at our feeders since
> May 11!!!!!!!!
> I've written about this phenomenon before. To paraphrase the "Field of
> Dreams" movie, when he's here, the birds will come!!!!! This is probably
> purely a matter of coincidence. HOWEVER, it has happened enough times
> before to make me suspect that perhaps other "forces" may be at play.
> Have others of you been seeing hummingbirds of late? If not, maybe I
> could send our son to your house!
> W. Larry Hymes
> 120 Vine Street, Ithaca, NY 14850
> (H) 607-277-0759, w...@cornell.edu
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