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Wintering Black-chinned Hummingbird in Louisiana | Search and Serendipity

Wintering Black-chinned Hummingbird in Louisiana

2011 November 13
by David J. Ringer

This immature male Black-chinned Hummingbird (Archilochus alexandri) was hanging in a lush patch of turk’s cap (or wax mallow, Malvaviscus) on Grand Isle, Louisiana, yesterday. He’s either a late migrant or a wintering bird; Black-chinned Hummingbird is one of the western species that winters in low numbers across southern Louisiana.

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