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As animal lovers, we are always more than willing to drop everything and help an animal in need. No matter how big or small the animal is, we are there ready to do all we can.

When the kind people in this video found a hummingbird who flew into their sunroom and got trapped, they didn’t hesitate to help. It was clear that the small bird had exhausted himself trying to get out and needed a quick energy boost. Luckily, they happened to have a small syringe on hand and were able to whip up a batch of sugar water for the bird.

Although things didn’t look promising at first, after a few sips of sugar water, the bird was completely transformed! Thanks to the awesome actions of these people, this bird is back in the wild flying free!

Although this story and the video is heart-warming and cute, we do not encourage our readers to feed wildlife. Feeding wildlife interferes with the balance between wildlife populations and their habitat and could lead them to be reliant on humans for survival, amongst other problems. If you find an animal in need, contact a local wildlife rehabber/rescuer or veterinarian ASAP, or call a rescue hotline. Here are some that might help!



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28 comments on “Kind People Found an Exhausted Hummingbird Trapped Indoors and Did Something Amazing (VIDEO)”

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Darla Gillette Seybold
11 Months Ago

Hummingbirds are attracted to red objects. If you have a garage door release cord with a red knob on it, cover the knob with masking tape to keep it from attracting them. If a hummingbird flies into your garage, even if you leave the garage door open it won't find its way out. Close the garage door, turn out the light. The hummingbird will instinctively stop flying and will land. You can then catch it gently and take it back outside. This has to be done within a short period of time or they dehydrate.


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Holly Ducharme
11 Months Ago

What a beautiful little bird. And what an awesome story


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Michelle D'Amours
11 Months Ago


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Andrea V Prieto
11 Months Ago

So beautiful


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Nola Pettett
11 Months Ago

lovely


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Nancy Bromberger
11 Months Ago

Very kind


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Sunshine Zöldi Riehl
11 Months Ago

Why is that "amazing"? They were simply doing the right thing. Too bad that seems "amazing".


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Dianne Fenwick
11 Months Ago

A helping loving hand is all we need to get us up and on the right tracks again........well done helper of the Hummingbird :)


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Christina Milauskas
11 Months Ago

Thank you for helping him.


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Shelley Rockamore
11 Months Ago

That was so beautiful.xx


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