The Black-chinned Hummingbird is found from Mexico to southern British Columbia, and can be seen throughout the American West. This is not a very particular bird in feeding or nesting habits. They are seen in lush urban settings as well as in the desert climates of southern Arizona and New Mexico. Anywhere nectar flowers or feeders are available. They also will subsist on spiders and small insects.
Black-chinned Hummingbirds nest in willow, cottonwood, oak or sycamore which gives them a huge variety homes to choose from. These Hummingbirds are fun to observe, and if you take the time to put out a hummingbird feeder with sugar-water, you are guaranteed many enjoyable hours of watching these beautiful birds.
Suggested Feeder Types: Hummingbird Feeder ,
- Sugar Water