Well it has been a very exhilarating time watching and photographing the 
fall migration of hummingbirds through the San Luis Valley. Based on 
numbers alone, this year seems to have surpassed most other years by far! I 
had numbers of 20 birds buzzing the feeders and vying for feeder 
domination. The species include Broad-tailed, Rufous, and Calliope. 
Strangely, we rarely see Black-chinned in the Valley proper. The birds are 
extremely challenging to photograph and are actually faster than 
"autofocus", which creates challenges in and of itself. Anyway, I thought 
you might enjoy seeing them at my website. johnrawin...@zenfolio.com  under 
"Recent Additions". Enjoy the rapidly changing fall season. Numbers of 
hummers have declined since last night!

John Rawinski
Monte Vista, CO

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