Updated: February 29, 2016
It's almost hummingbird time! The most remarkable birds in the world (at least in our view) may be feeling the impact of climate change, and, happily, we can help. Around this time of year, these little beauties fly several hundred miles over the Gulf of Mexico, without food water or rest, in their “commute” north from their southern wintering grounds. They naturally strive to time their arrival to coincide the nectar-rich blooms they need to survive. But with climate patterns shifting it’s likely harder for the little guys to time it just right, according to the Audubon Society.
So what can homeowners in DC, MD, VA do to help them out?
Any or all of these three things: