Here little hummingbirds…

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Today it is bright and sunny in Texas. Temperatures are hoovering around being officially spring-y (that’s 60 degrees if you need to be precise). And my new humming bird feeder is ready to be hung.

It’s lovely, isn’t it?

I can’t wait to see how many tiny, colorful hummingbirds show up on my balcony for a nectar feast!

I was sent the best hummingbird feeder and asked to give it a whirl. I mixed up the nectar (1 teaspoons of nectar powder per 2 ounces of water – no boiling required!), unscrewed the wide mouth top (a feature hummingbird enthusiasts say is a must for any good feeder), and poured. I then held the base and gently pulled up on the container and a little *glub*glub*glub* filled the flowers with nectar!

Super easy and absolutely no mess. It only took about 30 seconds to get my feeder ready for my new little hummingbird friends.

BirdFeeders.com has hummingbird feeders starting at $11 so that you can attract these delightful little birds to your balcony or garden. You can also play the Top-Fill Challenge for a chance to win a hummingbird feeder!

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11 Replies to “Here little hummingbirds…”

  1. Thank you for feeding hummingbirds. I do as well here in California.
    Although the little birds seem territorial sometimes I see them sharing
    the feeder, one on every perch. They don’t seem to migrate and feed at my house every month of the year.

    Keep up the good work, both with hummingbirds and your delightful blog.

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