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Dealing with Bully Hummingbirds

Dealing with Bully Hummingbirds

A bully hummingbird can easily take over several feeders if they’re placed close together. Moving feeders to different areas of the yard will create several hubs for feeding activity that one bird can't patrol as easily. For the best results, place feeders on different sides of your yard or around corners where one bird can’t see both at the same time.

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5 Best Hummingbird Feeders

5 Best Hummingbird Feeders

It’s that time of year again! From early spring through late summer, backyard birders will be treated to the magical little zips, chirps and whirls of hummingbirds – that is, if they provide the goods! About 90% of hummingbird nutrition comes from nectar. A well-designed hummingbird nectar feeder optimizes the ability for these freaky-fast fliers to get the nutrition they need for the long journey ahead.

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More Birds 3-in-1 Hummingbird Feeder

Hummingbird Nectar: Buy It or Make It?

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.

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Hummingbirds Fact vs. Fiction

Hummingbirds Fact vs. Fiction

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.

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How Do Hummingbirds Eat?

How Do Hummingbirds Eat?

Discover why it's a common misconception that hummingbird tongues work similarly to straws. Hummingbirds actually lap up nectar like dogs lap up water!

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