Question about hummer torpor
DH just ran to me and said "something's wrong at the hummer feeder". He made it sound like one of the males was caught. I went out and it was hanging lifeless upside down, but flew away when I approached. I've read about torpor being a way to conserve energy during bad weather, but today is rainy and about 65 degrees. Are there other reasons for torpor?
Gosh, I wished I'd taken a picture before I ran up to it! DH said that another male was pecking on it, but that was probably just a territorial thing when one male found another male just hanging there.