This Hummingbird decided to brave the cold, and drink some nectar from our glass feeder. It was about 29°F at the time.
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Waltys says ... on Friday, Nov 26 at 4:53 PM
We too have hummingbirds frequenting our feeder. I had to rig a low-wattage lightbulb under it to keep it from freezing (we had temps as low as 16F here in Brier). The hummers stay warm by chasing each other off!
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