A buff-bellied hummingbird made a rare appearance at Castellow Hammock Nature Center this month. The hummingbirds, among the least studied in the U.S., typically migrates between Texas and Mexico.
A buff-bellied hummingbird made a rare appearance at Castellow Hammock Nature Center this month. The hummingbirds, among the least studied in the U.S., typically migrates between Texas and Mexico. Brandon Trentler Courtesy of
A buff-bellied hummingbird made a rare appearance at Castellow Hammock Nature Center this month. The hummingbirds, among the least studied in the U.S., typically migrates between Texas and Mexico. Brandon Trentler Courtesy of

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