March 2020: hummingbirds have started arriving from Mexico!  So far, Broad-billed, Broad-tailed, Anna's, Rufous, and Black-chinned have shown up.  And of course Hooded and Scott's Orioles that steal nectar.

In 2016, Southwest Wings Nature Festival and Pollinator Corridors Southwest set up this live streaming webcam in the SE foothills of the Huachuca Mountains in a private residence that borders the Coronado National Forest, with a native plant habitat garden for pollinators and other wildlife.   The bird yard list is 190 species.

Since putting up this webcam, thirteen species of hummingbirds have visited the camera feeder, including Plain-capped Starthroat, Lucifer, Blue-throated, Violet-crowned, Rivoli's, Broad-billed, Broad-tailed, Anna's, Rufous, Allen's, Black-chinned, Costa's and Calliope Hummingbirds. 

Lesser long-nosed and Mexican long-tongued bats start appearing around August to drink from the feeders at night.  They finish their migration to Mexico around October.  

To see video of 2019 September rush hour, click arrow below or go to:  https://https://youtu.be/VWRf1MMRm0I
To see video of the 2015 September rush hour, click arrow below or go to:  https://youtu.be/nnGO6Uiiylg

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