Hummingbird Habitat

This habitat’s goal is to attract native hummingbirds and give them nutritious nectar from native plants, allow them to forage on a diverse array of brightly colored flowers and a resting area. If you like to watch the “hummers” zoom around your yard, this is the perfect habitat to incorporate into your backyard landscape.

Hummingbird Habitat

Notes for hummingbird enthusiasts:

  • NEVER use dyed nectar. If it is red, it is dyed. This type of nectar is harmful to hummingbird kidneys and can be fatal. Instead, make your own! It’s simple!
    1 part sugar to 4 parts water. Shake well and keep refrigerated for future use.
  • Clean your feeders out at least 1 time a week, preferably every 4 days. This will help prevent fungal growth inside the feeder. This fungus is often fatal to hummingbirds.
Hummingbird Habitat
Hummingbird Habitat
Pollinator Patches
Pollinator Patches
Butterfly Garden
Butterfly Garden
Hummingbird Habitat
Hummingbird Habitat
Birding Habitats
Birding Habitats
General Wildlife Management
General Wildlife Management
Living Wild Alongside Snakes
Living Wild Alongside Snakes
Vegetable/Edible Garden/Orchard
Vegetable/Edible Garden/Orchard
Maintenance Program and Services
Maintenance Program and Services

Living Wild - Habitat Restoration & Native Landscaping

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