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Blue and Green Speckle Glass Hummingbird Feeder favorite




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Encourage the presence of hummingbirds in your yard with the Blue and Green Speckle Glass Hummingbird Feeder. These favorite little pollinators need to stop for sustenance, so why not welcome them to your yard?

The hand-blown speckled glass adds colorful style to this hanging feeder and it features four red flower feeding ports to attract multiple hummingbirds.

Glass reservoir with integrated hanging loop detaches from the plastic feeding port for easy cleaning and refilling. Holds approx. 24 ounces. A charming gift for hummingbird lovers or bird watchers!

  • Bright blues and greens add color to your landscape
  • Four red flower feeding ports to attract hummers
  • Holds 24 oz. of nectar or sugar-water
  • Integrated loop at the top for easy hanging
  • Glass construction is easy to clean
  • Easy to clean and fill
  • Made of glass and plastic

4¾" dia. x 12¼"H
Holds 24 oz. of nectar

Easy Nectar Recipe
Ingredients: 4 cups of filtered water, 1 cup of regular white sugar
Bring water to a boil. Remove from heat. Add sugar and stir until dissolved. Wait for the nectar to cool before filling the feeder. Store the leftovers in your refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
Never put dyes, honey, gelatin, brown sugar or artificial sweeteners in a feeder, as they can produce mold and sicken birds. Plain sugar water is best.

Feeder Placement
Position the feeders near flowers, a garden, bird bath, or small fountain. Put the feeder in a shady spot, because if it sits in the direct sun all day, the nectar will quickly spoil. If you have no other option, clean and replace with fresh syrup daily. To protect the birds from predators, hang the feeder at least 4 feet from the ground.

Care & Cleaning
Maintain a healthy feeder by cleaning it every few days, especially in very hot weather. Separate the reservoir from the feeder station, and flush both with warm soapy water and a bottle brush. Rinse thoroughly with fresh water before refilling. You can also soak the feeder in a mixture of ¼ cup white vinegar and 1 gallon of water, then clean with a bottle brush. Rinse with fresh water before refilling.

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Wed Jul 06 11:35:33 EDT 2022