Date: 10/24/18 10:35 am From: Rob Blye <rwblye...> Subject: hummingbird today in southern Delaware (Sussex County)
My wife dutifully planted and nurtured two large pineapple sage plants that we can see from our kitchen. Today at 1:00 PM a single immature type ruby-throated hummingbird visited the sage and nearby nasturtium but not the two feeders still out next to the sage. Neither one of us got binocs on it but there was no rufous on the back, green only, and I did see white tail spots on the bird. Plus it was small.
This was the first one in about two weeks or more.
Waiting for our first yard* Selaphorus* but this was not to be the day.
Robert W. Blye 34603 Doe Run Lewes DE 19958-3332 302 945-8618 610 213-2413 mobile