There is an abundance of hummingbirds that flutter around my house in the campo. Native to Panama, these species range from beautiful greens to blues. With an old Sugar-in-the-Raw bottle in hand, I created a hummingbird feeder. Knowing that red is the perfered color of michi (hummingbird in Ngabere), I strung a Vitamin Juice-Plus top to the opening of the bottle. Holes are poked into the upside-down bottle’s cap so sugar water can flow out as it is sucked up. As mentioned, the bottle is filled with a mixture of sugar water (heat water, stir in sugar, wait for it to dissolve into the water, shake then put into bottle). This is a fun craft to practice with children in the community. They can find old bottles, string and caps to create their own. This craft not only promotes recycling, but offers a fun lesson about the science and wonder of pollination. Now every morning, while I sip on a cup of coffee, hummingbirds buzz to and from the feeder with delight.