No hummingbirds on March 3, 2014, in Texas ... the feeder is frozen!
We love watching hummingbirds, those marvelous, tiny birds that flit around our yards! It's winter in the United States, and we are looking forward to another exciting hummingbird season in 2014.
We also enjoy hummingbird gardening, and designing our landscape to provide food and shelter for a variety of hummingbirds.
Where ever you live in the U.S.A., Canada, or beyond, this website can provide you with valuable information about these amazing birds.
On this website we present highlights of common hummingbird species found around the country, as an entry-level learning resource for those interested in these magnificent creatures!
While we haven't personally spotted all species found in the U.S.A., our hummingbird photo archive is extensive, and we will be posting photos and videos on this website over time.
We will also be monitoring and tracking the Spring 2014 hummingbird migration with the help of our viewers as they submit hummingbird sightings in their area.
We will try to help you attract hummingbirds to your home landscape. We'll share our experience from our own landscape which includes several types of Lantana (45 plants at last count!), Zinnias, Butterfly Bushes, Pentas, Salvia, Batface Cuphea, Nasturtiums, Coreopsis, and other hummingbird-friendly plants, annuals and perennials.
The selection of hummingbird feeders is large, and varied, and we will provide some guidance, and our experience, in selecting and maintaining feeders and nectar solutions.
And if you like to pin, visit our Backyard Hummingbirds board on Pinterest.
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