There have been people over the years that have left their hummingbird
feeders up well into the Fall and have helped straggler Ruby-throated and
even other rarity hummingbirds. Into November, it is occasional for extreme
wandering of species, and hummingbird feeders left up can provide crucial
aid for these off-course, usually nutrient deprived, birds.

Nick Kachala
nicholaskach@gmail

On Aug 16, 2017 9:07 AM, "Peter" <psara...@rochester.rr.com> wrote:


Can someone suggest an appropriate time to stop feeding hummers sugar water
and orioles jelly?
Thanks
Pete Sar



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