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Hummingbid FAQ

Oct 8, 2023

When to Take Down your Hummingbird Feeders

By paying attention to behavior, local migration patterns, and climate conditions, we can determine the perfect moment to take down our hummingbird feeders. 

Jul 19, 2023

The Extraordinary Journey of Hummingbird Migration

Hummingbird migration is a testament to the resilience and determination of these tiny, vibrant creatures. The distances they cover and the challenges they face are truly awe-inspiring.

Jul 1, 2023

A Practical Guide to Cleaning your Hummingbird Feeders

When it comes to hummingbird nectar feeders, cleanliness is crucial. The sweet nectar can ferment and mold without regular cleaning, potentially causing health issues for the birds. 

Jun 24, 2023

Journey through the Hummingbird Highway: Species Across the US

From east to west, we have unique and charming hummingbirds that sure know how to leave an impression. Who knows what spectacular views are waiting right in your backyard?

Jun 22, 2023

How to Keep Ants Away from your Hummingbird Feeders

It's essential to provide our hummingbirds with a safe and ant-free environment. These tips and tricks should help you outsmart tiny invaders and keep them away from the nectar meant for our delicate friends.

May 20, 2023

Maintaining the Freshness: Changing your Hummingbird Nectar Regularly

Believe it or not, the nectar in your hummingbird feeders should ideally be changed every 2 to 4 days with warmer or humid climates being closer to every 1-2 days. 

Apr 21, 2023

A Buzz-free Guide: Keeping Bees Away from Your Hummingbird Feeder

As much as we love all creatures, we know that bees sometimes find their way to our hummingbird feeders and cause a little unintentional trouble. Here are some tips discourage bees from visiting your feeders.

Nov 22, 2022

How to Create the Ultimate Hummingbird Sanctuary

Pop's Pro Tips to create the Ultimate Hummingbird Sanctuary

Mar 30, 2022

How to Attract Hummingbirds to your Backyard

Spoiler Alert: The way to a hummingbird’s heart is through their stomach. 
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