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According to the hummingbird migration maps, the Ruby-throated hummingbirds have been making their presence known throughout Michigan, thanks to all of the gorgeous flowers attracting them with their showy blooms.

Calling all bird enthusiasts, avid gardeners and outdoor photography buffs. If you haven’t already done so, its time to find a feeder, fill it with some homemade nectar and start watching!

You can help matters by placing your feeder near nectar bearing plants or trees. Some good choices include delphinium, columbine, hollyhock, honeysuckle, salvia, daylillies and canna lillies, but if you do a little research, you can find a favorite that works for you.

This fellow has taken it to a whole other level.  Something to aspire to, for sure:

If you’ve seen any of these amazing little creatures this season, please share!


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