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Posted by Wildflower @PopsBirding on Sep 26th 2021

What can be more rewarding than creating the ultimate hummingbird sanctuary in your very own backyard! Imagine yourself sitting on a cool fall evening, enjoying the peaceful company of your feathered friends buzzing about your yard. From the wildflower garden to the feeder, the swing then back to a tree with maybe a dive bomb mixed in between. There's plenty of staples you can add to your backyard to create the ultimate hummer haven. Th… Read more

Posted by @PopsBirding on Aug 3rd 2021

The way to a hummingbird’s heart is through their stomach. Hummingbirds have a great recall memory, remembering where good and reliable food was each season.Tips: Hummingbirds associate the color red with food. Use a red feeder to attract their attention & avoid harmful nectar with red DyeUse a delicious nectar recipe. Check out our DIY Recipe on our Blog page, it's a hummingbird favorite!Replenish your feeder often, based on outside temps this… Read more

Posted by @PopsBirding on Sep 24th 2019

Hummingbirds have a selective palate when choosing a reliable food source they are claiming as their own. We wanted to create the best nectar available for hummers. So we bagged up the tasty essentials in their diet and created Nectarade! We only use the best ingredients when creating our concentrated mixture doing our due diligence in what would be the healthiest choice for our hungry hummers.  This 1.5L bag can make an incredible 150o… Read more

Posted by @PopsBirding on Apr 1st 2019

What you will need:White granulated sugarTap Water“Do not add red dye” it is not necessary and is harmful to hummingbirds. Red dye 40 is associated with hyperactivity and various types of cancer and Red 3 is associated with causing thyroid cancer and chromosomal damage. If these are the potential risks is causes in consumption in humans than I don’t want to feed that to my lovely hummers. Although hummingbird associate red with food, it is safer… Read more