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  1. We love to attract the small Hummingbirds in our backyard. Many people recommended us the use of the special nectar hummingbird feeders to have this tiny creature in our backyard. But we are little confuse to choose the best feeder. We have find some of the feeder suggestions on internet, which include the following. https://hummingbirdmentor.com/feeders/best/ https://www.thespruce.com/best-hummingbird-feeders-4159147 https://birdwatchinghq.com/best-hummingbird-feeders/ Let us know your thoughts about these suggestions to choose the right for our backyard. Any feed
  2. I was wondering if someone on here can identify this hummingbird? I think it might be a Anna's Hummingbird but wanted a second opinion. Thanks in advance.hu
  3. Hi-- I have 2 pics of hummingbirds for ID. I have included the info I used to ID & would very much appreciate feedback & steps you go through to get to ID. Thanks! #1 ?Ruby Throat-- was taken in coastal Alabama in March 2018. Although you can't see the red, I ID'd it as a Ruby Throat, due to location (other hummer species are only rarely seen here) & wings not extending past tail #2 ?Black Chinned--Phoenix, AZ May 2017; long bill, wings tips same length as tail. Both birds seem to have the white spot behind the eye.
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