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Hummingbirds enliven your garden with their glittering colors and bold, inquisitive personalities as they dash from one tempting bloom to the next. Learn how to attract hummingbirds to your yard by planting the flowers they love. Gardeners can help hummingbirds survive their perilous migrations and susceptibility to disease and predators with backyard plantings that provide nectar and insects, as well as with sugar-water feeders placed in and around the garden. With tips on installing a feeder, a guide to behavior, and spectacularly illustrated encyclopedias of North American species and native and noninvasive hummingbird plants, this handbook shows you how to add vibrant color to your small piece of the planet and ensure a brighter future for North America’s tiniest birds.
Hummingbirds enliven your garden with their glittering colors and bold, inquisitive personalities, as they dash from one tempting bloom to the next. In this handbook, learn how to attract North Americas tiniest birds to your yard by planting flowers they love.