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Hand-Blown Glass Hummingbird Feeder
Hand-Blown Glass Hummingbird Feeder
  1. Hand-Blown Glass Hummingbird Feeder
  2. Hand-Blown Glass Hummingbird Feeder

Hand-Blown Glass Hummingbird Feeder

Item #77949
This Beautiful Blown Glass Hummingbird Feeder Fits Just Enough Nectar so It Stays Fresh

If you're just learning about hummingbirds and how to feed them then you've probably found lots of articles about how to make your own nectar and how important it is to keep it fresh. Ideally, your hummingbirds should drink all the nectar you set out within two days to make sure it doesn't start to ferment (you don't want "buzzed" hummingbirds flying around your yard!). This feeder holds 2.5 oz. of nectar, so your thirsty feathered friends will be able to enjoy it all before it goes bad. It has a feeding tube with a red flower at the end to guide the hummingbirds to the right spot! And don't worry about the length of the tube, hummingbirds have very long tongues (they stick out as far as their bill is long), so they can extract nourishment from a variety of feeders, trees, and flowers. Each feeder is mouthblown and has a unique pattern and slightly different shape.

  • Feeder holds approx. 2.5 oz. of nectar (white sugar and water mixture)
  • Approx. 3-1/2" diameter
  • Includes an "S" ring for hanging
  • Each one-of-a-kind hummingbird feeder is mouthblown and has a slightly different design
  • Made from recycled glass
  • Imported
  • Nectar recipe from Audubon's website: 1/4 cup refined sugar (plain white refined sugar is recommended as organic and natural sugars may contain high levels of iron that can harm the birds) and 1 cup boiling water. Mix sugar and water until the sugar dissolves. Allow the nectar to cool completely before filling your feeder. Do not add red dye as it can be harmful to hummingbirds. It may take a week or so for local hummingbirds to start visiting your new feeder.
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