In early November, Gail Suberbielle thought it was time to take down the hummingbird feeder in her Baton Rouge backyard. Then, she spied a hummingbird buzzing nearby, so she refilled it and left it up. Not long after, she saw a flash of blue at the feeder, causing her to run for her camera. That bird was nothing like those that usually swooped in for a sip of the sweet nectar. Suberbielle tried to identify the bird using her photos and online apps but failed...
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