[CT Birds] hummingbirds

Jo-Anne Roberts jmrcnslt at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 13 17:00:10 EDT 2009


hum, I'd be willing to trade places .... beach vs inland; beach vs inland....
 
> Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 19:31:46 +0000
> From: eyeflight16 at optonline.net
> To: ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
> Subject: [CT Birds] hummingbirds
> 
> While the talk of hummingbirds is up, I also could use some help. I have been trying to attract hummingbirds to my house for 3 years now, and have been unsuccesfull. I have tryed putting up a bottle style feeder filled with nectar, as well as planted foxgolve, trumpet honeysuckle vines, salvias, and many red impatiens. I have never seen a single hummer in my yard. I do live on the beach, and even though the flowers and feeders are not on the beach side of the house, I am wondering if my location on the coast is why I have no hummers. If anyone has any ideas for me, I would be most grateful. thanks.
> 
> James Randall
> Fairfield
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