Date: 7/23/19 4:56 am
From: Ira Sanders <zroadrunner14...>
Subject: Re: [cobirds] Hummers, NW Custer County
As opposed to Leon's observation, we've used a few cups of sugar.
Ira Sanders
Golden

On Mon, Jul 22, 2019, 8:07 PM Leon Bright <urraca2...> wrote:

> COBirders-- After several days observing the feeders at our cabin (9200
> ft., Sangre de Cristo range) my impression is: Broad-tailed numbers are
> somewhat below normal, with fewer juvies; Rufous population about normal,
> behavior also; Calliope numbers about 25% to 30% above normal. Of course,
> the latter make us happy! We have fed almost 40 pounds of sugar so far
> this season.
>
> Leon (and Treva) Bright, Westcliffe and Pueblo
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