PENINSULA - Local residents began calling the Observer on March 9 reporting the arrival of this year's class of hummingbirds.

Since then, hummers and feeders have been multiplying rapidly on the Peninsula and in Columbia River communities.

As far as we can tell from our files, their appearance here is as much as two weeks earlier than last year.

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