Morning North | Nov 15, 2013 | 6:51

Unusual hummingbird sighting in the north

An avid birder in the Temiskaming area told us about a hummingbird that's been discovered where it shouldn't be. The rufous hummingbird is not usually seen in the northeast, but one was spotted here. We heard more from Bruce Murphy.

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