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  • Yani Perez

    Feed a humming bird from my hand!

  • Sheryl Hart

    How to Attract Hummingbirds to Your Garden These little creatures were first discovered by Spanish explorers who called them “joyas voladoras” – translation: “flying jewels”. They are really something else – beautiful to watch and admire. But they are a whole lot more than just one of nature’s wonders. Their physical capabilities are truly amazing.

  • Em Murphy

    Beauty of nature

  • Hergerd Toutai

    How to Attract Hummingbirds to Your Garden!!! I've seen like one or two in my lifetime, but i dont like animals so i would probably scream and swat at them as i ran away, But its still interesting.. XD

  • Sarah Thompson

    A Humming Bird Garden might just be the thing.

  • Jessica

    How to Attract Hummingbirds to Your Garden .read everything i could about humming birds. and hung a humming bird feeder in the garden . I hope they come.

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hummingbird love. How did she get them to land in her hand? I would love this.

How to attract Hummingbirds to your garden:

Costa's Hummingbird A small, a mature adult growing to only 3–3.5", mainly green back & flanks, small black tail & wings, patches of white below gorgeted throat & tail; vibrant purple cap/throat feathers flaring out & back behind its head; females: grayish-green above, white underbelly. Desert hummingbird, breeds in the Sonoran & Mojave Deserts of CA & AZ. In the hottest days of summer, moving to chaparral, scrub, or woodland habitat.

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You can fill a feeder with simple sugar syrup – but never use honey, brown sugar, artificial sweeteners or food colourings. To mix your own syrup, mix one-quarter to one-third cup of granulated sugar with one cup of water. Bring to boil and let cool before filling your feeder. The more feeders you provide, the happier hummingbirds will be!

Learn some simple ways to attract hummingbirds to your garden.

Please, do not put honey, Jell-O, brown sugar, fruit, or red food coloring in your feeder! Honey ferments rapidly when diluted with water and can cause mouth sores and even kill hummingbirds. The red dye has NO beneficial ingredients, and it is not necessary to color the water to attract birds to your feeder. Further, there are unverified reports that red dye can cause tumors in hummers.

hummingbird butterfly buffet.from The Family Tree Garden Center page