Sighted: Rufous Hummingbirds drawn by the lure of beebalm

Says John Tschopp, “It is common around here to hang up a Hummingbird Feeder and feed the little friends sugar water. Sharon has a few groups of plants in the garden she calls Beebalm. The flowers of this plant are very attractive to the Hummingbirds. The little birds feed all day long on these bright natural ” feeders “. The bird is the Rufous Hummingbird.”

Photos by John Tschopp

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