1. A stray Western hummingbird is making a rare appearance at the Museum this week! Ornithologists at the Museum have not confirmed the species, but the consensus is leaning toward the Rufous Hummingbird, whose breeding range extends through the Pacific Northwest from Alaska to Northern California. In this photo, the bird feeds on flowers outside the 81st Street entrance. Photo (c) David Speiser
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    A stray Western hummingbird is making a rare appearance at the Museum this week! Ornithologists at the Museum have not confirmed the species, but the consensus is leaning toward the Rufous Hummingbird, whose breeding range extends through the Pacific Northwest from Alaska to Northern California. In this photo, the bird feeds on flowers outside the 81st Street entrance. Photo (c) David Speiser

    Find out more here