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First Nature 3055 32-Ounce Hummingbird Feeder (Set of 2), Red (993055-44A)
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||11 x 10 x 7 inches|
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- Wide-mouth reservoir and patented two-part base is easy to fill and clean
- Innovative sealing ring aids in leak prevention
- Red base attracts inquisitive hummingbirds
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First Nature 32oz. Hummingbird Feeder (2 Pack)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 11 x 10 x 7 inches; 11.2 Ounces
- Item model number : 993055-44A
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : April 21, 2016
- Manufacturer : First Nature
- ASIN : B01ELYNMTQ
Best Sellers Rank:
#13,119 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
- #201 in Wild Bird Feeders
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There were two things I liked from the start though. The way the bottom part of the base twists and locks on to the top of the base (part with feeder holes) seems like it should prevent leaks. I also like that the part with the hook on top of the feeder can be removed so the feeder can stand on its own while I fill it.
My hummingbirds haven't had time to decide how they feel about these yet so I'll try to update my review with their opinion later. I'm hoping they like this style of feeder. It's a good size so it should last a day before I need to refill it. (I usually have 40-50+ hummingbirds at my feeders. They eat at least 1-2 gallons of nectar per day so I'm always looking for bigger feeders.)
Update: I added another star because my hummingbirds like the feeder and if my hummingbirds are happy I'm happy.
So off the bee soapbox and onto my griping about them!! ;) I got two of these last season because they didn't have yellow on them, which supposedly attracts bees (so why are bee guards yellow?? That seems cruel! haha), and were promoted as easy to clean. I had absolutely no problems with bees last year, but I think I got these too late in the season. I think the bees already had their feeding spots picked out. They are SWARMING this year. I tried making my own bee guards, but they only worked on some of the holes, so the bees covered the two holes they could still get in. The one they loved was by my back door, so it was a problem going in and out without bees flying in. I moved it to another location, and they just swarmed the empty area where the feeder originally hung (of course also the hummingbirds' favorite location!) I hung a feeder with bee guards there. They swarmed that when I first put it in the same location, but it seems they gave up once they realized they can't get into it. (They were clustered around the base of some of the flowers; I'm guessing some of the sugar water dribbled out there, and they left when it was all gone.)
I saw a review talking about how to make the hole smaller when I came to write this review, so I'll give that a try tonight after the bees leave since my homemade bee guards were of limited usefulness. I do wish First Nature would make bee guards for these feeders because everything else about them is just about perfect. They aren't beautiful, but they are by far my favorite feeders (I have about a dozen.)
1. Success (so far). Completely eliminate the accessible source at their favorite location, and replace it with one with bee guards.
1. Fail. I read that the bees would go to a stronger sugar source and to put out a yellow bowl of that to attract them. I did that with a 1 sugar:2 water ratio. (I reread the thing this morning, and I had the ratio backwards. Not sure if that would have worked since they went to the 1:4 over the 1:2, but maybe worth a retry in desperation.) I even put it right next to their favorite feeder and left it there when I removed it. They weren't interested. (If you do try this, put pebbles in, and keep the liquid level just slightly above the pebbles so the bees don't drown.)
2. Fail. All red feeder. They ignored the ones with yellow and swarmed the red one. They liked that location for some reason.
3. Fail. Putting it in the shade. It has more constant shade than any of the other feeders. They didn't care.
4. Fail. Flowers. My next-door-neighbor and I have a ton of flowers. Didn't seem to matter. The neighbor's flowers are as close to the favorite feeder as some of my other feeders, but they didn't seem to care.