Hummer training

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Step 1 you got to just stand around and get them use to you beieng there. Then have the patients with the finger till they use to that and we're getting there.
 

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Ok now it turns out Mittens has been reading the direction so you pretend you're not interested.

But believe me they make the mistake and start buzzin her and she'll catch one now and then, her paws are fast :hair:
 

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Ok now it turns out Mittens has been reading the direction so you pretend you're not interested.

But believe me they make the mistake and start buzzin her and she'll catch one now and then, her paws are fast :hair:
Man, you've got a boatload of them,,,,
 
Coming along nicely Mike. Be landing on fingers in no time!
Can you train Mittens to lay a paw on the feeder?
 
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Coming along nicely Mike. Be landing on fingers in no time!
Can you train Mittens to lay a paw on the feeder?
:rofl:


Ya might notice the wire mesh has been snipped so I could make spikes on it to keep her from laying right up next to the feeders but it only sort of works she still will put up with being stuck for awhile to get up close. If one landed on her paw it would probably be lunch she does seem to enjoy a little light hummer snack now and then :biggrin2:
 

GAJoe

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Really cool sir! I just showed my wife this thread....she loves the cat pics!
 

natureman

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Nice photos. We get hummers every year at our feeder. But they are very territorial and constantly fighting. Never more than one on the feeder at a time.
 
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