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Is It Time to Take Down Hummingbird Feeders?

Is It Time to Take Down Hummingbird Feeders?

Learn the right time to remove hummingbird feeders in the fall, including when you may need to temporarily remove feeders during the summer.

Not sure when to hang a hummingbird feeder, or where? What about how to deal with territorial birds? We've got all the answers.

What hummingbirds want

Hummingbird taking a bath on a leaf.

Hummer taking a leaf bath. Photo by Faye Marie Miller. The photographer says that it's taking a leaf bath, but I'm wondering if it isn't really dead!

Hummingbird Babies Birth to Fledging the Nest - First Flight - Amazing!

Hummingbird Babies Birth to Fledging the Nest - First Flight - Amazing! Just watched this and it was great!

Loving Hummingbirds to Death. If you don’t take proper care to provide healthy nectar and clean feeders (potentially daily), they’re an easy bird to love to death. To clean your feeder, flush the feeder with hot tap water and use a bottle brush to scrub the sides of the glass jar. Do NOT use soap; soap will leave a residue behind. Inspect the feeder carefully for black mold. If you see any mold growth, soak the feeder in a solution of 1/4 cup bleach to one gallon of water for one hour.

"The General," Anna's Hummingbird, male. Be sure to clean you feeder OFTEN. Bacteria can kill these little birds easily.

HUMMINGBIRD TIP: The best flowers to attract hummingbirds are rich with nectar - here's how to build a nectar-filled garden in your own backyard.

Using Nectar Flowers to Attract Hummingbirds The best flowers to attract hummingbirds are rich with nectar - here's how to build a nectar-filled garden in your own backyard.

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Antillean crested hummingbird Even hummers get in on the purple act. God really loves Purple

fiery-throated hummingbird (Panterpe insignis)

Utah Birds, Utah Birding, and Utah Birders. Promoting the sharing of information, and the conservation of habitat for birds in Utah and elsewhere. We are a group of people who want to share what we know, and create a positive birding experience in Utah.

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