Everything about a hummingbird is magical… from their iridescent feathers flapping at 53 beats per second to their ability to hover in place, the hummingbird is immensely fascinating! In our quest to attract and care for them, we found a bunch of really great DIY tips and projects to keep our favorite feathered friend happy and healthy.
The Easiest and Cheapest Hummingbird Feeder Ever –
How To Make A DIY Hummingbird Feeder Out Of Water Bottle –
How To Position Your Hummingbird Feeder For The Best Results –
It’s not a good idea to hang bird feeders on windows. Birds may fly into the glass and it doesn’t take much to cause a fatal blow once they hit their head.
FAST & EASY Nectar Recipe to Attract HUNDREDS of Hummingbirds –
How to make Hummingbird Nectar Food, Cheap and Fast, white sugar and water. The more birds you attract the better for your Garden, as they are great pollinators. This will bring hummingbirds and will help them raise their babies. Your feeders kept full will help the birds as a supplement for them to raise lots of healthy babies. Spring is here and the arrival of hummingbirds raising lots of eggs & chicks is going on. Mix 1 part sugar with 4 parts water, any extra that does not go into your feeder, can be stored in a refrigerator for up to a week.
Four Ways to Attract Hummingbirds to Your Garden –
When to Change the Hummingbird Nector –
71F to 75F-every 6 days
76F to 80F- every 5 days
81F to 84F- every 4 days
85F to 88F- every 3 days
89F to 92F- every 2 days
93F and over change daily
Remember to soak your feeder in a bit of bleach and water to make sure there is no fungus growing where you can’t scrub. Fungus and mold will make a hummingbirds tongue swell, they’ll be unable to feed and will die.
Five Plants That Hummingbirds Can’t Resist –
Want to attract hummingbirds to your yard but don’t want the hassle of making nectar?