Date: 11/3/17 3:17 pm
From: Mark Schlesinger <markalan7...>
Subject: Re: [MASSBIRD] Requesting Help with NC Hummingbird ID
A Rufous visited our home this past spring.

Mark Schlesinger
Duxbury, MA


On Fri, Nov 3, 2017 at 4:21 PM, Charlie <chaspatt...> wrote:

> Looks like a selasphorus sp. probably a Rufus.
> Is it my imagination or are they getting more common in the east?
>
> Charlie Patterson
> Norwell, Ma
> <chaspatt...>
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> Sent from Middle Earth.
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> On Nov 3, 2017, at 3:49 PM, meaghan q. sinclair <meaghanq...>
> wrote:
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> Howdy!
>
> Just for future reference for those looking for ID help who might be on
> Facebook, there is an excellent community called What's This Bird? run by
> the ABA. It's full of many knowledgable (and patient) IDers. I highly
> recommend checking it out if you're on the that platform. They were
> exceptionally patient with my repetitive fall warbler questions. Good luck
> with the ID!
>
> Meaghan Sinclair
> Cambridge, MA
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> On Fri, Nov 3, 2017 at 3:34 PM, Paula McFarland <4birding...>
> wrote:
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>> Hello MassBirders,
>>
>> My friend saw a female hummingbird in North Carolina on 10/31/2017.
>>
>> Can anyone offer an ID? I have posted my friend's pic of the bird to
>> Flickr:
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>> https://flic.kr/p/212VJDh
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>> Thank you.
>> -Paula McFarland
>> Newton, NH
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Mark A. Schlesinger
<markalan7...>

 
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