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Re: hummingbirds

I've followed that site for years, Kathy, and it always seems to be right on.
When I see that they are reaching New Jersey I put out my feeder.  They
usually show up within the next week..  

In a message dated 03/08/2006 11:35:10 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
Cornergar@aol.com writes:
Do you all know about www.hummingbirds.net? I love to follow the migration 
map in the spring. It now shows they have landed on the Gulf Coast. Won't be 
long now! seems to me it takes about 6-8 weeks to get up this far. Kathy

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