There is a black-chinned female hummingbird coming into a feed at a private
residence in McMinn County. If you would like to see the bird between now and
thru Saturday, text Deanne Peck at 423-716-7547.
This hummer was caught and banded by Mark Armstrong Saturday. Id has been
confirmed. The Stolls and 3 of us from Knoxville saw the bird late this
afternoon but it is coming regularly during the morning.
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