HUMMINGBIRDS IN THE GARDEN by Roma Gans

HUMMINGBIRDS IN THE GARDEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The chief attraction of Hummingbirds in the Garden is that it tells how you can attract them to yours -- by rigging up a red-rimmed bottle on a branch and filling it with nectar (recipe given). Otherwise there's less info than in others of the series though enough -- especially about the hummingbirds' aerial acrobatics and feeding habits -- to make the child want to see for himself. Or go on to McClung's somewhat fuller Ruby Throat.

Pub Date: April 21st, 1969
Publisher: Crowell