Date: 7/21/22 3:20 pm
From: Jacque Brown <bluebird2...>
Subject: Re: Hummer on concrete
I took photos of a Hummer sunbathing on a clump of dried grass a few years ago. It happened several days in a row. It was pretty awesome. Jacque Brown



> On Jul 21, 2022, at 4:40 PM, Joan Reynolds <joanreynolds...> wrote:
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> Here's a link to an article explaining how heat helps rid birds of feather live.
>
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2022, 3:18 PM Terry Butler <twbutler1941...> <mailto:<twbutler1941...>> wrote:
> I've never seen it before. I was watching a Hummer Bird out the window at the feeder when it flew down on a concrete patio and landed in the full sun (100.8 degrees) . It sat there for about five minutes, then flew up and ran another Hummer off the feeded.
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