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No humming birds the kind that fly arround no moterized in texas


Hello, Mary -

You can find a recipe for making nectar to put in a humming bird feeder on the Hummingbird Society web site:
https://www.hummingbirdsociety.org/feeding-hummingbirds/

The information states "No red food coloring!"

Best wishes.

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Is there a specific time to put up birdhouses?


in theory yes as you want to put up the birdhouse in the nesting
season and each bird has a different season so you need to look it up.
But even if you don't get the season right, the birds can use the
birdhouse as a shelter.

Dec 25, 2013 | Garden

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In the beginning of summer I put up humming bird feeders with good results, will the humming birds continue to feed in the winter, I live in Alabama ?


If they don't migrate to florida , they remember where they have fed before and will return thru out the year...

Sep 08, 2013 | Birds

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Feeding hummingbirds


they will migrate when it is time no matter if you feed them or not we have the same birds come back every year

Sep 12, 2009 | Humminbird Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Hey


Male hummingbirds migrate northward as much as three weeks earlier in the spring than females. In the fall, the mature males similarly leave earlier than females and immature birds. Several reasons are generally offered for this behavior:
  • by arriving first, the earliest males have their choice of the best territories, which improves their chances of attracting females for breeding. But this advantage must be balanced against the risk of arriving before food is plentiful.
  • females - who will soon be nesting - will find more and better-developed flowers on the spring migration route if they leave somewhat later; in promiscuous species such as hummingbirds, which do not form pair bonds at all, breeding females are more valuable than males, and a reliable food supply reduces their risk.
  • the early fall departure of the males may leave a richer diet available for the developing young of the year.

This is a FIXYA ;-)
thanks for rating

Jan 10, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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