HUMMINGBIRD NECTAR RECIPE

 

  • Boil four cups of water.
  • Remove water from the heat.
  • Stir in one cup of white sugar.
  • Cool the syrup before filling feeder.
  • Do not use honey, which can cause a fatal fungal infection on the birds' tongues.
  • Do not add food coloring to the solution. It's not necessary, and it may be harmful. Even a small spot of red on the feeder will attract hummingbirds.
  • You can store the extra nectar in the refrigerator for a week.
  • Place the feeder where you can see it from a window.

 

Clean the feeder at least once a week. In warm weather, you may need to change the syrup and wash out the feeder every day.

 

Don't let the nectar turn cloudy in the feeder — that's mold. It will make hummingbirds avoid your feeder, and it may make them sick.

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