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by Cindy Chrisler
on February 1, 2019 at 8:50 PM
great article! we have kept hummingbird feeders year round for many years, as well as flowers for bees and butterflies.
Reply by Michele Martinez
on February 5, 2019 at 9:31 AM
Thanks for your comment, Cindy. I live in the mountains. They say many of our local hummingbirds move to lower elevations (near you) for the winter. We may be seeing some of the same birds. We love our pollinators and do our best to keep them coming back each spring.  
- Michele
by Michele Martinez
on February 24, 2019 at 8:43 AM
We've seen our first robin of spring, just after the coldest day in recent history (- the day it snowed in Cucamonga)! With two feet of snow still on the ground, our springtime bird was eating last fall's apples left on a tree in the neighbor's yard.
by Esther Martinez
on April 1, 2019 at 2:04 PM
I just read your article and really enjoyed it. I am presently in the Master Gardening Class. I signed up for the up coming Presentation at the Chino Community Garden on April 20 th, which is on Pollinators. I'll use this information.  
Happy Gardening.  
Esther Martinez
Reply by Michele Martinez
on April 1, 2019 at 5:08 PM
Thanks, Esther! Hope it's helpful for your presentation. Also check out the UCANR links. Our MG partner sites have a lot of helpful info. I'm hoping to learn more about monarch butterflies and native milkweed. School programs always ask for our help teaching about pollinators, so it's a good topic.
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