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.
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.
Learn all about the various species of hummingbirds that you can find in North America—from Rufous to Rivoli's hummingbirds.
We all want to attract more hummingbirds, right? Don't settle for a few—learn how to attract huge swarms of beautiful hummingbirds to your yard.
Cleaning your hummingbird feeder is easy, and it's vitally important for offering a safe, healthy place for hummingbirds to feed.
Bees are attracted to the sweet nectar offered at hummingbird feeders, and they can be a dangerous predator to hummingbirds. Learn how to keep bees away.
Some people choose to modify their hummingbird nectar recipe seasonally. Learn why, and discover whether this practice is necessary or needless.
From a distance, it's easy to mistake these large moths for hummingbirds. Learn about hummingbird lookalikes, and how to distinguish them from hummingbirds.