Definition of rufous
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Every spring and fall, Rufous hummingbirds migrate well over 2,000 miles to and from Mexico, flying up to 500 miles per day.
In my garden, Rufous hummingbirds frequent one of my fountains with an old man’s face that spits water down to a basin 3 feet below.
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