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Hummingbird Feeding Problems #1!
August 01, 2020
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FAQs Issue #1, August 1, 2020.
In this Issue:
1) Ant Problems.
Message from Ruth & Jim:
This is a very concerning time in our society. Our hearts go out to everyone now being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.In Native American Culture, hummingbirds are seen as Healers and Messangers of Love,
Good Luck and Joy.
They also symbolize courage and resilience because of their long migration.
We hope your hummingbirds bring some comfort and distraction from these trying times.
Hummingbird feeder ants
Nectar is a mixture of sugar and water and what ant doesn’t love a good sugar treat? How many picnics have you had spoiled by the annoying presence of ants? For hummingbirds, ants are more than annoying.
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Changing Nectar: You must be vigilant about changing the nectar regularly (every 3 to 5 days) to keep it from spoiling.
See our filling instructions here.
Cleaning Feeders: You must keep your feeders clean from bacteria which can be harmful to hummingbirds.
See our cleaning instructions here.
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