Hummingbirds thrive when the temperatures are warm.
When you put out your hummingbird feeders, please note that the feeder itself should have red accents, but the nectar should be clear. Provide your hummingbirds with sugar water (recipe below) and never add red food coloring, as that is unhealthy for the birds. Change the nectar frequently so it remains fresh and clear.
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Not only do butterflies serve a purpose as pollinators, but they are quite beautiful to observe flitting around your yard. Butterflies are really just on a quest for nectar, and there are an abundance of plants which will bring them to you.
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For most of the country, mosquito season is not quite here yet, but it’s never too early to plan. If you are tired of using stinky, sticky bug sprays and repellents in the warmer weather, and want a natural way to keep mosquitoes and other pests away from you, there are a few options you can try.
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