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Migration Update: August 30, 2013
By Jane Duden
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Your Sightings!

It's the end of August and hummers are on the move! Fewer males are in the north and hungry migrants are arriving in the south. Some observers believe they're seeing fewer this year, but all are enjoying the show!

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Please report sightings weekly. The goal of our map is to show where hummingbirds are present.

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Hungry Migrants
Arriving in the South

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Next Update September 6, 2013

 

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