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Mosaic Birds M045-301 Hummble Slim Hummingbird Feeder
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- 3.4 oz nectar capacity and 4 feeding ports-accommodates a charm of hummers
- Open top hook-allows for hanging individually or connecting multiple feeders vertically
- Detached glass lid and nectar bowl- supports quick filling and easy hand-cleaning
- Recycled glass & powder-coated metal construction-makes for an eco-friendlier and longer-lasting feeder
- Makes for easy gifting to birders, nature lovers and gardeners
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 6.25 x 7.5 in||8.25 x 4 x 8.25 in||7.75 x 7.75 x 1.75 in||5.5 x 5 x 7.5 in||8.25 x 4 x 8.25 in||8.25 x 4 x 8.25 in|
Hummingbirds are sure to flock to this recycled glass and metal bird feeder with vibrant red lid. Simply lift the glass lid and pour hummingbird nectar into the dish. During the winter, store away the hummingbird lid and it becomes a feeder without drainage ideal for holding mealworms, jelly, or suet pellets. Now it's ready to attract Blue Birds, Orioles, Juncos, and beloved Songbirds. Use individually or link vertically to feed more birds. Hand-wash only.
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I got one at a local shop even though I was a little dubious whether the birds would like it. Of the three designs I got this was the first one the hummingbirds came to. Got three more and scattered them around the yard, and they all stay busy. Even on the front porch. I have one hung just outside my window that has constant hummingbird traffic (also a few wasps, but it is sugar water after all).
With no plastic parts there is none of that nasty black mildew or whatever it is that gets on most hummingbird feeders, and every part is so easy to get to to scrub should it be needed. Easy to dump out if it rains a lot and dilutes the 'nectar' or if ants get in, and can be refilled by just lifting the lid and pouring nectar in. It holds 4 ounces, and with so much traffic, (especially the females with babies) refilling them every day is not too surprising, but it does not spoil in the sun like a lot of bigger feeders.
Update: It's now almost 5 months later and still have not seen a hummingbird near this feeder. I have hummingbirds at all my other feeders but they stay clear of this one. So disappointed- in the yard sale box for this one. :(
The little holes are hard for the hummingbirds to use (ended up knocking the top off), AND there are no perches for them to sit on. One poor little guy kept circling it, trying to find a place to 'sit', and ended up taking off. The wasp liked it that way (open).