When should I take down my hummingbird feeder in the Fall in Reno, NV?

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Nov 05, 2015
winter hummingbirds Reno Nv
by: Donna

Wow. I didn't know we had winter hummingbirds! Was just researching about them this morning. I had one visiting the feeder yesterday. It was 25 degrees this morning and my feeder was frozen solid. I brought it in and thawed it. Is there anything special I should be doing? If anyone can tell me what I should be doing I would appreciate it. Thanks.

Nov 04, 2015
by: Brook

Hi Chuck, You have hummers there year round. I would continue to feed them.

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