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Live Hummingbird Nest and Feeder Cams 2021

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If you love watching hummingbirds as much as I do then you need to check out these hummingbird nest cams and hummingbird feeder cam. 

Hummingbird nests are tiny, about the size of half a golf ball, and the eggs are the size of a jelly bean. Fascinating to think that a baby bird can fit in something so small. Hummingbirds incubate their eggs for 15 to 18 days and the juvenile hummingbirds will fledge between 18 to 28 days after they hatched and they may lay up to 4 clutches of eggs a year.

All of these are live bird cams, so that means that after a month to a month and a half the nests will be empty so I will keep this page updated with any new nests. The hummingbird feeder cam will remain busy all year so there will always be something to watch.

This Hummingbird feeder cam is from Carole who has been feeding hummingbirds for 9 years in California. This is the best live bird feeder cam for hummingbirds due to the extraordinary number of hummers that visit this great set-up.

  • Year-round, daily visitors: Anna’s Hummingbirds, Allen’s
  • Summer only: Black-chinned Spring and
  • Fall Migration: Rufous Rare: Costa’s, Calliope

If you want to have the same set-up as this then use:

If you would like to know all about the hummingbirds in California then check out this guide:

Hummingbird Trees nest cam

Both Anna’s and Allen’s Hummingbirds have been nesting in these trees since 2003

Allen's hummingbird nest cam

Meet Bella the Allen’s Hummingbird that has been making a nest in a ficus tree since 2005 and lays as many as 4 clutches in one season. This nest cam is in La Verne, Califonia and the breeding season runs from November until June. You can watch this bird cam live to see Bella raising another clutch of tiny hummer babies.

 This is Bella’s second clutch of eggs and she laid the eggs on March 1 & 4. They may start to hatch around March 19

If you would like to know all about the hummingbirds in California then check out this guide:

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