Hummingbirds in winter? Some apparently miss the fly-south memo

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    A female Ruby-throated hummingbird feeds her young in a tiny nest in Lynchburg last summer. 

Posted: Monday, November 4, 2013 6:50 pm

Hummingbirds are a fairly common sight in the summertime in Southside — but what do you do when one decides to spend the winter with you?

That will be the topic of a presentation and discussion at the Nov. 14 Southside Bird Club meeting, with speaker Ann Richards filling in guests on the birds that have wintered at her Lynchburg home.

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