Hummingbirds Are Flying Jewels As Named By Spanish Explorers

Hummingbirds Are “Flying Jewels” When the early Spanish explorers saw them, they called them “Joyas Voladoras”, “Flying Jewels.” Hummingbirds are glittering, iridescent colored, dynamos, with flying abilities that are not matched by any others of the avian world. They are exclusive to the western hemisphere and can only be found living in South, Central, and North … Read more

Hummingbirds Quiz Is A Good Learning Tool

Hummingbirds Quiz Home › About Hummingbirds › Hummingbirds-Quiz Go Directly to Hummingbirds Quiz A Quiz Is A Good Learning Tool & Will Help You Learn About Hummingbirds? Hummingbirds are curious little birds that evoke immense interest from bird watchers all over the world, even though they only live on one half of the earth. Their … Read more

Hummingbirds Migration Flyways Are Well Traveled Paths

What are Hummingbirds Migration Paths & Flyway Zones? Some Hummingbirds Migration Means Huge Distances Covered & Others Are Short In Contrast Hummingbirds migration routes and flyway zones that these little birds follow are amazing feats of nature and have been historically followed for many centuries. They are the time tested and traveled routes over the years … Read more

Hummingbirds Fight

Hummingbirds Fight by Stan (Freeburg, Illinois) Hummingbirds Spoiling for a Fight Sentries won’t let others eat! For about a week, the hummers were emptying both of my feeders daily. A few days ago, I noticed that there was 1 hummer on or near each feeder, keeping all the others away. Other Hummingbirds try to come … Read more

Hummingbirds Emptying Feeder Too Fast

What Can Be Done About Hummingbirds Emptying Feeder Too Fast? A question from Victor in Atlanta, GA: I have a Hummingbird feeder in my backyard. I believe that I am currently feeding at least three birds. They are going through a lot of food, about 20oz every two to three days. Should I change up … Read more

Hummingbirds Don’t Like Food

Hummingbirds Don’t Like Food Question: What Can We Do, Our Hummingbirds Don’t Like Our Food? by Bob (Barnwell, SC, USA) We have been feeding the hummers all spring and summer with homemade nectar, 4:1. We ran out of sugar and were not able to get any for about a week. After replenishing our supply, we made … Read more

Hummingbird Rescue

Hummingbird Rescue by Barb (Schaghticoke, NY ) Helping Hands Rescue Hummingbird When the hummingbirds came back to our area (upstate New York) in early May, we had five of them happily buzzing about our feeders. A week and a half ago, there was a torrential rainstorm with ferocious thunder and lightning. Our birds disappeared for … Read more

Hummingbird Territorial Behaviour

Hummingbird Territorial Behaviour by Deanna Mayhew (Crocker Missouri) Soaking up the Sun In the summertime, my garden is my happy place and when all the beautiful flowers I have planted are in bloom, I can easily spend, the entire day there and always enjoy doing so. But I’m never really all alone. It’s also a … Read more

Hummingbird Plants Attract Birds Especially If Wildflowers

What Hummingbird Plants Are Best? How to Plant a Hummingbird Habitat? Hummingbirds depend on the blossoms from plants to produce the nectar that sustains their life. Providing Hummingbird Plants: If you love a flower garden you will be one step ahead of everyone else because Hummingbirds love flowers too! How do Hummingbird Plants Help to … Read more

Hummingbird Night Feeding On Spider Lily

Hummingbird Night Feeding On Spider Lily by David Flynn (Nassau Bay, Harris Cty, TX) Spider Lily With Swallowtail Feeding A few night ago(August 2019, Nassau Bay, TX), I saw a hummingbird feeding on a spider lily under a streetlight at night. Hi David What an interesting experience! The Hummingbird was probably on route south. There … Read more