Hummers at closer look!

A closer look at beautiful hummingbirds.

11 incredible hummingbird facts

Unbelievable facts about hummingbirds!

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Hummingbird's sweet survival trick

Watch how a Rufous Hummingbird feed on the sugary sap that drips from the rows of small holes drilled by a Red-Breasted Sapsucker! Absolutely amazing!

How Do Hummingbirds Help Pollination?

Like bees, hummingbirds also play an important role in plant reproduction.
They carry pollen from one plant to another when they feed on nectar.

Flowers That Will Not Attract Hummingbirds

Discover the worst flowers for hummingbirds!

Ostrich & Hummingbird Similarities

Discover the similarities between an ostrich and a hummingbird.

Hummingbirds are nature's most perfect helicopters

Hummingbirds are beautiful and fearless creatures. They are often heard before they are seen. They can fly at 50 miles per hour and migrates at about 1,700 miles to their wintering habitat in Mexico.

How to Stop Hummingbird Feeder Leaks

Simple and easy tricks to minimize or totally stop hummingbird feeder leakages.

The Best Ways To Keep Bees Off Hummingbird Feeders

Bees and hummingbirds generally exist in the same ecosystem, when you put food out for hummingbirds, chances are that bees could possibly be feeding a greater portion of that food compared to these precious birds. Here are some tips and tricks that you could do to keep bees at bay as well as your hummers fed.

Nature up close: Hummingbirds, feathered fighters

Some Central and South American male hummingbirds have been recently discovered to have a bill that is better adapted to fighting than eating.

White and Albino Hummingbirds

Albino hummingbirds are very rare. They have white feathers along with pink eyes, bill, and feet which is the result of the genetic mutation that stops the creation of any dark pigmentation.