Spring storm brings cold, wet; hummers come to feeder


As a violent spring storm crosses the country, the temperatures along the Front Range of Colorado are hovering in the low 40 degree range, and may dip below freezing tonight, and the drizzle we’ve had all day may turn to snow.

Yet hummingbirds have been in the area for a month. These little guys have to burn through a lot of energy to survive a cold wet storm like this.

Fill up, little hummer! We’ll keep it coming for you!

About Amy Law

Amy Law is a science geek. She feels about science the way some people feel about music, or art, or sports – a total and complete emotional connection. She thinks in science. For Amy, there’s nothing better than helping people see the beauty of science as she does. She loves to untangle a complicated subject into its parts, explaining it so that anybody can understand what’s happening. Let her show you her world...
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2 Responses to Spring storm brings cold, wet; hummers come to feeder

  1. What the devil is with this weather? 4 inches of snow this morning and scads of tree limbs down all over the neighborhood. Even the squirrels seem to wonder what the devil.

  2. It’s Springtime in the Rockies!

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