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We feed them too but I have never seen a nest. My Mom who lives in northern
Calif, gets herds of them too. So many that my Dad had to build and extra
perch so they could line up.



<< Has anyone actually seen a hummingbird nest?
  >>

Yes, Denise, my Mom feeds them and has herds of them around.  They go
through
about three quarts of sugar water at her house a day.  I don't seem to be
able to attract them except when plantagenia is in bloom.  N.
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