Hummingbird rescue can be difficult. They are small and delicate. One blunder could cost them their lives. However, if you are gentle and take the proper steps, you may be able to save their lives.
This youngster discovered an injured hummingbird in the wild. She appears to have been severely beaten. And with a few internet searches and recommendations from his friends, he set out to save this little creature. With an eyedropper, he fed the birdy a mixture of sugar water and crushed flies for days.
To feed a hummingbird, gently place the bird on the belly. Then, using an eyedropper, slowly feed the food. Avoid squeezing the eyedropper. They have extremely small mouth. It will be difficult for them to catch up. You can pet the bird on the head if it isn’t eating. It’s a good sign for a hummingbird to tell them it’s time to eat.
The boy states:
“When she thought she was ready to leave (and she was) she flew off to her favorite patch of the back yard, and her instincts instantly kicked in, and now she’s just like all the other hummingbirds. for those that are concerned that she has imprinted on humans and wouldn’t survive in the wild, don’t worry, she is thriving. she has even successfully migrated and returned back to my yard. “
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