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3rd Annual Hummingbird Migration at Laurel Rose manor

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  This has been a busy season and we were so thankful to have gotten to share a few minutes with our friends and family for our 3rd annual hummingbird migration. We were blessed to have so many new faces to visit our gardens and enjoy the Hummingbirds and Butterflies..  This year we have had…

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My Broke Beak Hummingbird

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I have been feeding and watching hummingbirds for many years, and it amazes me that each year I have had special birds with special circumstances. I have had several years that I have had some with broken beaks or missing tails. This year I have a very special bird with a special little beak. At…

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My Little Male Hummingbird

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Good morning my Hummer Friends! I still have a few hummingbirds coming through. Most of my adult males have already moved through. My little male with the deformed beak seems to have gone. Didn’t see him yesterday or this morning. I am mostly seeing females and juvenile males. The days are numbered so I am…

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Hummingbird Migration – Como, MS 2015

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On Sunday, September 13, 2015 we held the second annual Hummingbird Migration Festival in Como, MS. The occasion was held at the Gardens at Laurel Rose Manor, the home of Dr. Mike & Lisa Cockrell. I have been an active hummingbird enthusiast for many years now and for the past two years Mike and I…

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How to Make Hummingbird Feed

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How to Make Hummingbird Feed One of my most frequently asked questions is what do I feed my Hummingbirds. There is only one recipe and its simple. Sugar and water, at a ratio of 1:4. 1 cup of sugar to 4 cups of water. Here are some more thoughts and details about feeding hummers. Nectar…

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