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We Think We Have The Best Assortment of Hummingbird Feeders You Can Find In One Place.
|The Blossom Hummingbird Feeder
By Aspects, this cute hanging hummingbird feeder holds 4 oz. and has a high view perch to let you see the birds better. 5 inches wide, 2.25 inches deep.
|The Gem Hummingbird Feeder
This really cute hummingbird feeder by Aspects sticks right to your window on one giant suction cup/holder. The feeder can be lifted off for filling and cleaning, leave the suction cup on the window. The perch is high so you can see the bird really well. Has 2 feeding ports. 5 inches wide, sticks out 4 inches.
|Mini Humzinger Feeder
This mini "Hummzinger" is fun and easy to use. Has built-in ant guard, hanger, simple to clean & fill. Three feeding ports. Holds 8 oz. 7" round.
|Perky Pet Hummingbird Feeder
Made of glass, this feeder holds 8 oz. of fluid and has 4 flower ports with bee guards and 4 perches for the birds to land. Comes with hanger. Replacement bee guards available below.
|Perky Pet Bee Guard Replacements
Replacement bee guards for the feeder shown above. You get them 4 to a pack.
|Clear Glass Hummingbird Feeder
This simple glass feeder is a best seller. Clear glass bottle screws into the red base with perches for the birds to land. Comes with attached hanger. Feeder measures 7 inches long. Make your own nectar, 1 part sugar to 4 parts water, or buy the mix we sell below. Do not add food coloring if making your own.
|Jewel Box Hummingbird Feeder
This new feeder from Aspects has new unique features: A wrap around ant moat that can be removed, A sunction cup window bracket, a hinged lid for easy filling, and a "high view" perch. The high perch places the birds in a comfortable position for feeding while at the same time provides an unobstructed view of the birds. Three ports. Also includes kit for deck mounting. Made in the USA.
|Little Flyer Hummingbird Feeder
This extra pretty Droll Yankee feeder holds 10 oz. of nectar and has 4 feeding ports. Comes with screw in arm and has a built in ant moat.
|Copper Hummer Window Feeder
This little copper hummer feeder contains one tube. It sticks right to your window for a close up view. Handmade and pretty, it has a red bead hanging down. Replacement tubes are available, shown below. Extends out 6 in. long from the window. Made in the USA.
Replacement glass tubes for the above feeders.
Replacement cap for glass tube shown above.
|Hummer Nectar Mix
If you're too lazy to make your own sugar mix, this is for you. This 8 oz. soft pak will mix up 48 oz. of nectar. It mixes instantly with tap water, no boiling required. No artificial sweeteners or color.
|Ants Off Bell Guard
Keep ants off your hummer and oriole feeders with this nifty little ant guard. Shaped like a bell, you simply spread petroleum jelly around the inside and ants won't cross it. Only needs repeating when necessary, usually once a month.
Unlike your fridge, a hummingbird feeder needs to be kept sparkling clean. This little brush helps get into those tough spots. Can bend in various shapes to get at hard to reach corners. Bristle end will scrub out any residue. Feeder must be cleaned with every nectar change for the safety and health of the birds. Combine this with the Little Brushes listed below made to clean the small feeding holes and ports. For hummer and oriole feeders.
|Feeder Mop Brush
Soft foam mop brush is perfect for glass hummer and oriole feeders. Ten inches long and designed to really reach in to those corners. Feeders must be cleaned with every nectar change for the safety and health of the birds. If your feeder also has tiny holes, use the little brushes listed below too.
Perfect for scrubbing out those little holes in hummingbird and oriole feeders, which can get really gunked up if you do not. (They really work great for cleaning the holes in travel coffee lids too.) Handy pack of 3.
Make Your Own Hummer & Oriole Nectar:If you mix your own food the ratio is 1 part sugar to 4 parts water; do not use any coloring. Food coloring may be harmful to hummingbirds. You cannot put a new feeder up, awaiting the first arrivals, and just leave it. The nectar must be changed and the feeder and all its parts washed every 3 to 4 days, whether they come or not, for the entire season. If birds do show up and your nectar is rotten, they will tag you for life, tell all their friends, and never come back. Never use honey.
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