Roving Reporter | "Rare Hummer in Rockport - 1st Record, Broad-billed Hummingbird"

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Chuck Lucas has a Broad-billed Hummingbird in his yard. From Chuck: “Others are welcome to view the bird at the listed address, 617 N 6th St (west side of street), Fulton. We're happy to share. Best time is in the early morning from dawn for an hour or two since that's the only time we've seen it. Visitors should park across the street. The feeder it's been using is the one on a hook between us and our neighbor to the north. I may put up some more feeders for better viewing. It's not terribly skittish. If we're here some people can come up on the porch. Otherwise they can view it from the boulevard outside the fence.” Be mindful of the instructions, and be courteous in every way. Mel Cooksey knows of no previous records for Aransas County. Photo by Susan Foster
Photo by Chuck Lucas


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