The term "nectar" is used to refer to several different things. In a botanical sense, nectar is a very rich, sweet liquid secreted by plants. In the Avian world, nectar is a form of juice which can take a range of forms, depending on the style in which it is made.
Nectar is a sugar-rich liquid produced by plants. It is produced either by the flowers, in which it attracts pollinating animals or by extrafloral nectaries, which provide a nutrient source to birds and butterflies. It is produced in glands called nectaries. Nectar is an nutritional important sugar source for nectar.Hummingbirds, sunbirds, lories, fructivoren and nectivoren feed on nectar.
Nectar is derived from Latin nectar "drink of the gods", also called "sweet liquid in flowers". Floral nectaries are generally located at the base of the perianth, so that pollinators are made to brush the flower's reproductive structures, the anthers and pistil, while accessing the nectar.