Kaytee Electro Nectar Ready to Use 64oz
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- Naturally clear hummingbird formula
- Kaytee Hummingbird ElectroNectar is ready to use. Do not add sugar or water.
- Water, Sucrose, Potassium Sorbate (a preservative), Citric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate, Potassium Bicarbonate
- Refrigerate after opening
- Shake Well, Remember to clean your feeder prior to filling for best results
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Kaycee Hummingbird Electro nectar Wild bird Ready To Use 64oz Naturally clear Hummingbird nectar with Electrolytes, Just like flowers.
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To explain further, we used to use a different brand of red nectar and saw maybe one or two birds come by a day. We ran out eventually and thought we'd give this clear nectar a try after seeing all of the positive reviews. After filling my feeder with this new stuff, I questioned if it would attract any birds at all because the nectar was almost invisible. Since my feeder looked like it was empty, I wasn't sure if any birds would notice it was full.
After a couple days, the birds took notice, and we started attracting a lot more than before. At any point of the day you'd see at least one or two humming birds just chilling and drinking from our feeder. I even saw four birds at once! Even without looking, our backyard was filled with clicks from the hummingbirds all day.
But then it happened ...some alpha birds started coming around. These birds started fighting over dominance creating a literal hunger games among the other birds. It's crazy! Eventually, one bird with a red throat, took dominance and started keeping guard over our feeder throughout the entire day. He/she doesn't even sit on the feeder, but is perched on a nearby fence to keep a tactical vantage point over other incoming birds. If a bird tries to fly to the feeder, this red-throated guard bird would chase them way and click wildly at them. Even now as I write this, there's a torrential downpour in Southern California, and this stupid bird is in the rain guarding the feeder.
I'm not sure what to do or how to feel about this. I mean, I liked that the nectar attracted so many birds, but now I don't see any birds except this red-throated one who is soaking wet keeping guard over my feeder. I'm expecting any day now for an army of birds to retaliate and overthrow the self-proclaimed red-throated ruler of the nectar, which I guess would be cool. I'll try to take video when it happens.
I have 2 feeders, and I have to refill them every 10-12 days after cleaning them with water (I usually do it at night while they are sleeping, just to make sure they don't run out of nectar), hummingbirds keep coming all the time! Bottle should last about a month.
I just order 4 bottles more to keep them in stock.