too late for hummingbirds

our daughter gave us a lovely hummingbird feeder awhile back. at that time we were traveling in a motorhome year round and did not have a good place to hang it. we have recently gave up our nomadic life and have moved into a house. i hung my feeder out but no hummingbirds, unless they have morfed into bees. am i too late for them? have they already left northern colorado? it is the middles of august.

thanks

bonnie k

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Aug 21, 2011
too late for hummingbirds
by: bonnie k

thanks, now i know.

Aug 20, 2011
Hummingbird Migrations
by: Susan

Your hummingbirds may very well have already headed south. The Calliope Hummingbird begins heading south in July. The Rufous Hummingbird begins its southward migration in late June!

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