It’s hummingbird migration season, and these tiny flying jewels are busy fueling up for their journey. You can do your part to help by putting out nectar feeders and keeping them filled and fresh. Take a look at these incredible facts about the backyard favorite.
Hummingbird nectar can be made at home or purchased as powders, concentrates and ready-to-use nectar. Not sure if you should buy it or mix it yourself? We're here to help.
Hummingbirds, with their unmistakable beauty and quick movements, are one of the most interesting types of bird species. It’s no wonder that myths surround these tiny creatures as scientists uncover curious speculations. It’s important to learn as much as you can about hummingbirds, especially if you plan to feed these friends in your yard.
What do you get for the hummingbird enthusiast who has everything? We have some gift ideas for the hummingbird lovers in your life.
Learn how male hummingbirds are able to seduce females with impressive courtship displays—amazing shows of strength and skill.
This is a short guide to keeping the hummingbirds that visit your bird feeders healthy. Learn how to provide nutrition and comfort for these tiny birds.
Discover why it's a common misconception that hummingbird tongues work similarly to straws. Hummingbirds actually lap up nectar like dogs lap up water!
Hummingbirds need water, but not in the same way that other birds do. Learn about the types of water features that are best for attracting hummingbirds.
Many birds are pollinators—meaning they help carry pollen from the male part of one flower to the female part of another flower.
Learn all about the various species of hummingbirds that you can find in North America—from Rufous to Rivoli's hummingbirds.