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Re: gardenchat DIGEST V1 #1244


I read an article on hummers once that said if hummers were the size  
of robins, it wouldn't be safe to walk outside!

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Jun 20, 2005, at 8:11 AM, MyTGoldens@aol.com wrote:

> Oh my! What a funny scene that must have been! Speaking of   
> aggressive birds,
> anyone ever watch the hummers in action? I often see them  chasing  
> the BEES
> away from their beloved Salvias! Here in the Northeast, the  only  
> species we
> have is the Rubythroat. Anyone live where there are other ones?   
> How fortunate
> you are, if you do!
>
> Maddy Mason
> Hudson Valley, NY
> zone 5/6

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