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Hummers Galore Hummingbird Vine Bird Feeder

Hummers Galore

  • $12.95
    Unit price per 

  • Attractive designer graphics to attract hummingbirds and bring "Yard Art" to your yard.
  • Window strip on back of design to check nectar level
  • Durable feeder 2-part base with 8 feeding stations
  • Generous safe outer ring on base to perch and sip at the same time
  • Ready to hang on tree or shepherds hook with large metal hanger.

Hummer Care

  • What is the best place to put the Feeder?

    No direct sun.  Hummingbirds prefer a more shady area where there may be trees or foliage for protection. This is also good for the nectar and will keep bacteria out of the feeder for a longer period of time. An ideal habitat would include flowers, nectar, pollen, shrubs, trees, and a water source.

  • How often should I change nectar and clean the feeders?

    The feeders and base should be cleaned every 2 to 3 days depending on the heat. In 90® weather, change every day. Check often to be sure nectar is not cloudy. Bacteria and mold can build up and, If the nectar is bad, the hummers may not return. Use warm soapy water and rinse well. Use the Hummer’s Galore curved bristle brush to clean inside the feeder all the way to the bottom.

  • How can I attract more hummingbird to my yard?

    Be sure to put your feeder up early so hummers will find you and know you are a good source. Because some hummer’s wings beat 80 times per second, they are continually feeding during all waking hours. The nectar provided in the feeders is very helpful, but flowers in the yard attract hummers and bring much needed nectar. Some top flowers are the Red Cardinal, Trumpet Vine, Salvia, Petunias, Rhododendron, and Butterfly Bush. Bugs are also a good source of protein and hummers love to eat them and feed them to their young.

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