12 Easy Hummingbird Food Cages Ideas

Hummingbird is probably some of the smallest birds in the world, but flapping tiny wings can be enough practice. Flapping up to 90 beats per second burns calories quickly; to maintain momentum, hummingbirds need to eat – a lot! To satisfy their fast metabolism, these busy birds consume half of their body weight in insects and nectar, feed every 10-15 minutes and visit 1,000-2,000 flowers per day.

You can help these hard-working craftsmen get the nutrition they need by providing them with their favorite post-exercise food – nectar. This sweet hummingbird can be made at home with a few simple ingredients. By filling your feeder with this DIY delight, you can equip nectar-rich plants and watch these beautiful little birds feed and pack all day.

below I give you some pictures of hummingbird food, hope you are inspired.