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Hummingbird Food Recipe

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4 cups filtered water
1 cup regular white sugar (Organic if possible)

Bring the water to a boil
Take the water off the heat and add the sugar.
Stir to dissolve completely.
Let the nectar cool .
Place in a clean hummingbird feeder and
hang outside for the birds.

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10 min
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Change the food at least every three to
five days with a new batch to keep it fresh.
remember don't use food coloring
Check the bird feeder regularly and every
time you change the food to see if any gray
mold has formed inside the feeder base.
or. Any ants have crawled inside to get at
the sugar water.
If you see any take the feeder down and
throw the bird food away it's not good for the birds to drink this
Chances are they won't drink it anyway
Clean the hummingbird feeder by rinsing
with warm water, Then put a few drops of
bleach into the water inside the feeder and
clean with a bottle brush .
Once clean. Rinse thoroughly with fresh
water and let dry
Fill up with new food and place outside .
the birds will love you for it




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