A Syringe–holding Feeding Station for Hummingbirds in Rehabilitation


  • Diane Winn PhD Avian Haven




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Author Biography

Diane Winn PhD, Avian Haven

Diane Winn, PhD, is Executive Director of Avian Haven, a rehabilitation practice of approximately 1,000 birds per year, based in Freedom, Maine. She has published several peer–reviewed articles and given numerous conference presentations on various aspects of wild bird rehabilitation, including euthanasia, nestling diets, emaciation protocols, and caging.


Elliston, P. 2006. Hummer Diet Update. Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation. 28(3): 27–30.

Elliston, P. 2007. Hummingbirds. Pp. 297–309 in Hand–Rearing Birds (L. Gage and R. Duerr, editors). Blackwell Publishing: Ames, IA.

Johnsgard, P. 1997. The Hummingbirds of North America, second edition. Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, D.C.

Robinson, T., R. Sargent, and M. Sargent. 1996. Ruby–throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris). The Birds of North America Online (A. Poole, editor.). Ithaca, NY: Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Available from: <http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna/species204>.

Skutch, A., and A. Singer. 1973. The Life of the Hummingbird. Crown Publishers: New York, NY.



How to Cite

Winn, D. (2010). A Syringe–holding Feeding Station for Hummingbirds in Rehabilitation. Wildlife Rehabilitation Bulletin, 28(1), 44–46. https://doi.org/10.53607/wrb.v28.100

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