Birdwatchers in Eastern Canada are quite familiar with the Wilson's Warbler and the Killdeer, but most have probably not seen a Rufous Hummingbird. In the summer, the Rufous Hummingbird is usually restricted to British Columbia, southern Alaska, Washington, Oregon and northern Idaho. Once in a blue moon, one will show up up in the east in the fall. If seen in the east in spring, it is usually an accidental, blown way off course. Thanks for the photos Dave.
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