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Why would the hummingbird I have come to the feeder and only stay a couple seconds,not longer to even see it ? And is it true that the hummingbirds always at least come in pair?

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    Larry Ng Jun 09, 2019

    Hi Ellen Johnson, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    birds do as they please.
    just like you,
    no that pair thing is pure myth !

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Hummingbirds do not always come in pairs. There may be a few reasons for a short stay. Food (mainly the water) can sour which will turn them away or the necter may not be sweet enough. Ive seen where they also may not care for clear nector and prefer the red color. The last thing ive seen turn them away are insects on the feeder. Eventhough they will sometimes eat small insects often they will turn away from them. We have three feeders. 2 of which have pearches and 1 does not. My pearch feeders always seem to keep birds longer.

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they will migrate when it is time no matter if you feed them or not we have the same birds come back every year

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