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They survived Irma

September 13 2017 at 2:40 PM
Tom M  (Login TomnStPete)
Hummingbird Lover 2014

Saw my first hummer since Irma today, good sign. I've been busy and not really looking but it sure did my heart good to see him.
St Pete Tom
USDA 10a, Heat 10

 
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Tom M
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Hummingbird Lover 2014

Re: They survived Irma

September 13 2017, 3:05 PM 

Just saw another, looked like a female. Almost have the yard cleaned up enough to hang some feeders....
St Pete Tom
USDA 10a, Heat 10

 
 
Carol Trego
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They survived Irma

September 13 2017, 6:48 PM 

Tom, glad to hear you are doing OK and the hummingbirds too. Hope other members are coping too after Irma.

Carol Trego
New Cumberland, Pennsylvania USA
Zone 6b

 
 
Rhonda
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They survived Irma

September 13 2017, 11:58 PM 

Woo hoo Tom!!! Great news. Maybe I'll see some tomorrow when I'm out replanting and trimming after Irma messed up the gardens.

Rhonda
Englewood, Florida 10a

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Tom M
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Hummingbird Lover 2014

Re: They survived Irma

September 14 2017, 2:21 PM 

Thanks Carol, hopefully we'll hear from Becky and Burke soon so we know they are okay too.

Rhonda, fingers crossed you start seeing birds in the next day or so.
St Pete Tom
USDA 10a, Heat 10

 
 
 
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