Each time I removed the Mantis to my field however it keeps returning.
This is what i discovered on a Google search:
Do Praying Mantises Kill Hummingbirds?
“I’ve removed a praying mantis from my hummingbird feeder several times and even trimmed the plants away from the feeder, but the insect keeps coming back. What can I do to keep it away?,” asks Terry Hathcock of Millington, Tennessee.
A large mantis is fully capable of catching and eating hummingbirds, so this is a serious issue. Once an individual mantis develops a fixation on your feeder, it may come back repeatedly to try to nab a hummingbird. You could catch the mantis and take it away—for example, drive to some natural habitat a few miles away and release it there. If that seems like too much effort and you don’t want to use lethal methods, it’s best to take the feeder down for a few days and let the mantis find a different hunting spot.