[wisb] Re: Possible HUMMER Madison?

Dan Graham, who I believe is from the Madison area, posted on the Facebook
page seeing one in his yard today.  I plan to get my feeders up ASAP.  

Bird on,

Cynthia Bridge
Fort Atkinson, Jefferson co.


-----Original Message-----
From: wisbirdn-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wisbirdn-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of James Schwarz
Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2012 11:28 AM
To: Wisconsin Birding Network
Subject: [wisb] Possible HUMMER Madison?

Just want to let you know that Hummers may be back in Dane County.
Yesterday I saw what seemed like a Hummer in  our back yard on the west side
of Madison.

It came and left so quickly, that I am trying to talk myself out of the
sighting.
The bird seemed to hover briefly at the spot where we normally have a
Hummingbird feeder.

Even though I cannot be certain I decided to mention this so that you know
there  is a possibility of them being here early as Pat Ready mentioned a
few days ago.
Wish I had put a feeder out when he suggested looking for them.

Jim Schwarz
Madison, Dane Co
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