Date: 10/5/18 11:54 am
From: 'Jorgensen, Joel' <Joel.Jorgensen...> [NEBirds] <NEBirds...>
Subject: RE: [NEBirds] Re: Red-breasted Nuthatch, Harris Sparrow, 1 Ruby-Throated
Based on information provided in the Birds of Nebraska – Online’s species account for Ruby-throated Hummingbird (https://birds.outdoornebraska.gov/ruby-throated-hummingbird/), about another week would need to go by for a Ruby-throated Hummingbird observation to be considered exceptionally late. I’m not quibbling with the point that the majority of birds have moved south of us and that a Ruby-throated Hummingbird hanging out at a feeder here in the north county is still notable, but the question was hanging out there.

-Joel

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Sent: Friday, October 05, 2018 1:20 PM
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Subject: Re: [NEBirds] Re: Red-breasted Nuthatch, Harris Sparrow, 1 Ruby-Throated



I’ve got one still here in Hastings, does seem to be getting late
Paul Dunbar
Hastings

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On Oct 5, 2018, at 11:03 AM, 'Manning, John (NSNE)' <john.manning...><mailto:<john.manning...> [NEBirds] <NEBirds...><mailto:<NEBirds...>> wrote:


Same here. Surprised to see hummingbird thought they were all gone..
John Manning, Norfolk.

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