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Re: Rufous and Broad-tail hummers

Subject: Re: Rufous and Broad-tail hummers
From: "John Hartog" hartogj
Date: Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:36 pm ((PDT))
Thanks Jim, I enjoyed that. Though what do you mean by "scrappy"? Were they=
 molting or something?

John Hartog

--- In  "Jim Morgan" <> wrote:
> Here is a fun recording of some very scrappy Rufous and Broad-tail hummer=
s that I recorded at feeders on a rather windy day near Flagstaff AZ. Telin=
ga stereo dat mic and MZ R50 Sony minidisk recorder.
> Jim Morgan
> Prescott, AZ
> You can access the file at the URL:

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