Hummingbirds build nests in my yard. They seem to prefer
small fibers (hair) in making their small nests.
They also prefer camouflage in their nesting materials to
avoid predators eating their little jelly-bean-sized eggs.
Also, some people really don't like getting gray hairs on their
& buy toxic chemicals to apply to their head to delay
total scalp whiteness.
At the intersection of these issues lies a new product:
The "Hummingbird Gray Hair Remover" is a kit/small business
1) A tent
2) Flowers, scents, & branches (white colored) which will
make a luscious inviting environment for local hummingbirds
to get food & shelter.
3) Nesting material containing a few white/gray human hairs.
Once the birds get conditioned to using this setup, you can
rent the tent out to middle-aged people as a service.
They simply stop in & pay for a 1 hour session. They sit &
play games on their phone quietly, while the birds nimbly
pick off the customer's gray hairs.
It's a win for all.