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We Think We Have The Best Assortment of Hummingbird Feeders You Can Find In One Place.
|The Classic Hummingbird Feeder
This simple feeder holds 16 oz. of nectar and has 6 feeding ports. Easy to clean and fill.Also an ant guard built in. This is a really good deal.
|The Blossom Hummingbird Feeder
This cute little feeder holds 4 oz. of nectar and has 3 feeding ports.
|HighView Mini Hummingbird Feeder
The HighView Mini is a nice size. Holds 8 oz. of nectar and has 3 feeding ports and built in ant guard. The perch is high so you get a better view of the birds.
|HighView Regular Hummingbird Feeder
This HighView holds 12 oz. of nectar and has 4 feeding ports and built in ant guard. The perch is high so you get a better view of the birds.
|Aspects Jewel Box Hummingbird Feeder
Holds on to a window with big suction cups. Large ant moat surrounds the entire feeder to keep ants off. High perch allows birds to be easily seen. Entire feeder lifts off holder which stays on the window for easy cleaning and filling. Holds 8 oz. of nectar.
|Perky Pet Glass Hummingbird Feeder
Pretty glass hummingbird feeder with bee guards. Holds 8 oz. of nectar. This feeder has been very popular for many years.
|Mosaic Glass Hummingbird Feeder
Very pretty glass feeder with 4 ports. Clear dish with red top. Black metal holder. Several feeders can hook together. In off season take the top off and put in seed, meal worms, water or an orange half for orioles.
|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.
|Hummingbird Ring Feeder
Hummingbirds will come right up to your hand with the Hummer Ring Feeder. Fun for all, kids and seniors. Holds 10 milliliters of nectar.
|Copper and Glass Stick On Feeder
Pretty, artsy copper wire holder holds a glass tube with a red top. There is a perch if the hummingbird wants to land. A pretty red bead hangs down. Cute, small feeder, sticks to a window with a big suction cup. Tube is about 5 inches long.
|Replacement Tube for Above Feeder
Replacement tube for the hummingbird feeder above.
|Ant Bell Nectar Protector
A nifty idea. Smear Vaseline around the inside of the ant bell and the ants will not go through it. Comes with a hanger for the feeder and a hanger above to attach to a hook or chain.
|Ant Moat Nectar Protector
Protect your nectar from hoardes of partying ants with this handy Ant Moat. Just fill with water and the ants will stay out. Comes with an S hook to hang any humminbird feeder below the moat.
Perfect for scrubbing out those little holes in hummingbird and oriole feeders, which can get really gunked up if you do not and make the birds sick. (They really work great for cleaning the holes in travel coffee lids too.) Handy pack of 3.
|Instant Nectar Mix
Too lazy to make your own? This 8 oz. bag of powder nectar mix will dissolve instantly when stirred into warm water. It only takes 3 Tbsp to make 7 fluid oz. of nectar. So this little bag can make quite a bit. Depends on the size of your feeder and activity.
The entire bag should make you 48 fl. oz. of nectar. The feeder still needs to be cleaned and nectar changed every 3 to 4 days whether birds come or not.
||Hummingbird Mix Can
Need more hummingbird mix? It also comes in this 24 oz. can. Just mix with water, no heating or boiling necessary. Makes 3.75 quarts of nectar.
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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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