Video: Meet the Beautiful Ruby-throated Hummingbird

May is the Best Time of the Year for Birdwatching

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The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is one of our tiniest and most precious migratory birds, and we anxiously await their arrival each spring.

Enjoy watching our video highlighting this incredible bird’s beauty, grace, and playfulness.

Consider playing this video for your cats to keep them entertained.

Ruby-throated hummingbirds and other hummingbird species have already arrived in some places and are en route to others, so here are some tips for keeping your backyard hummingbirds safe.

Learn about the secret to attracting hummingbirds to your yard.

Be sure to safeguard your hummingbird feeder against pesky ants.

Ants contaminate the nectar, which discourages hummingbirds from using that feeder. If you watch hummingbirds at your feeder, you’ll notice the birds fly away as soon as an ant appears.

Here’s a fix to stopping ant invasions at your hummingbird feeder.

Hummingbirds are an incredible backyard experience. Still, it’s also vital to protect these tiny birds from danger. With the proper care and attention, you’ll be attracting hummingbirds to your backyard, and they’ll provide you and your family with hours of birdwatching fun.

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