This Hummingbird FAQ will answer a lot of your questions about these
fascinating little birds. Questions about their food, migration or any other question you may have.
There are 2 dozen pages on this website of engaging information about the tiniest birds on the planet. You will find links to all this information in the right hand column.
If you can't find something you would like to know just feel free to ask whatever you would like to know in the form below.
It is very likely that someone else would like to know the answer to your question too.
And, if you feel you have something to contribute to a story someone has told or you have a solution to someones question, please click on their story or question and enter what you have to say in the comment box.
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Please share your experiences or ask questions about these intriguing little birds.
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Question: Can a Hummingbird Feeder & a Seed Feeder Hang on the Same Pole? Can one hang a wild bird seed feeder on the same garden pole-hanger with …
Hummingbirds Don't Like Food
Question: What Can We Do, Our Hummingbirds Don't Like Our Food? We have been feeding the hummers all spring and summer with homemade nectar, 4:1. …
Hummingbird Feeder Food
Question What Health Problems Does Hummingbird Nectar Cause? Following a recent trip to Costa Rica we learned that the growth of use of sugar water …
Hummers in their Natural Habitat
What do Hummingbirds eat in their natural habitat in the wild? Do they have to eat a lot and how often do Hummers eat? Why aren't hummers afraid …
Hummingbird Feeder with Metal base Not rated yet
Question About Hummingbird Feeder With Metal Base. Good Morning! I'm beginning to think our hummingbirds are turned off by the metal base which …
Hummingbirds Emptying Feeder Too Fast Not rated yet
What Can Be Done About Hummingbirds Emptying Feeder Too Fast? I have a Hummingbird feeder in my backyard. I believe that I am currently feeding …
I hope you have enjoyed asking and sharing. And if you have not contributed anything because you have a question that is not Hummingbird related, that's OK. Ask it anyway and I will move it to a suitable location. You will be notified of where it is if you have chosen to be notified when your question is posted.
There is a great deal that can come-up when feeding wild birds, so it is only natural that questions will arise.
And, there is no stupid question.
None of us know anything until we seek out the answers. And if you don't ask, you may never discover the truth about these enthralling animals.
Also by asking you may be able to help someone else. It is very likely that another backyard bird feeder will be helped out by the answers your question receives.
Thanks so much and please continue on this site!