A hummingbird takes a second look at a flower in the late afternoon sun. Now is hummingbirds’ peak season in North Carolina. Some of the 15 Western hummingbird species may be spotted in North Carolina in the summer, having ventured over the Rocky Mountains before heading south for the winter.
A hummingbird takes a second look at a flower in the late afternoon sun. Now is hummingbirds’ peak season in North Carolina. Some of the 15 Western hummingbird species may be spotted in North Carolina in the summer, having ventured over the Rocky Mountains before heading south for the winter. PHIL SANDLIN AP
A hummingbird takes a second look at a flower in the late afternoon sun. Now is hummingbirds’ peak season in North Carolina. Some of the 15 Western hummingbird species may be spotted in North Carolina in the summer, having ventured over the Rocky Mountains before heading south for the winter. PHIL SANDLIN AP

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