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  1. Hi
    I think the only way to reduce aggression at the feeder is to place them out of sight of each other. In the tiny moment that a hummer pauses to get its drink, another hummer can swoop the length of the yard to dislodge it. And if a family group is running off singletons, then the poor extra guy has no hope at all–unless they can’t see him on the other side of the house feeding.

    • That’s what a lot of sites said, but this guy says he’s had better luck clustering the feeders. He has MANY feeders and MANY hummingbirds. I have 4-6 hummers chasing each other around this morning. Every so often, two of them will share. And sometimes, a clever one will wait until the dominant one chases everybody else away, then he’ll dodge in and guzzle as much as he can hold until Mr. Territory gets back. heh!

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