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Glass painted flower hummingbird feeder

Glass painted flower hummingbird feeder

Add sunshine to your garden or patio with this striking hand painted flower hummingbird feeder. Depth 5.8 inches, Height 9.5 inches, with nectar...

$17.89

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Green Crackle Hummingbird Feeder

Green Crackle Hummingbird Feeder

This beautiful glass hummingbird feeder will brighten any yard! Measures 4 inch depth and 8 inch height. Capacity is 18 Ounces of nectar. Weight is 3...

$37.00

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Pinch Waist Glass 4 Station Feeder

Pinch Waist Glass 4 Station Feeder

This Pinch Waist Glass Hummingbird Feeder has four ports for more visitors. Eight ounce nectar holder. Height approx. 8"

$17.95

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Red Crackle Glass Hummingbird Feeder

Red Crackle Glass Hummingbird Feeder

Red Crackle Top-Fill Hummingbird Feeder with beautiful hand blown glass base and lid. Features easy clean and easy fill with 3 inch wide opening....

$37.00

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Red Hummingbird Glass Feeder

Red Hummingbird Glass Feeder

A great buy with many ports for feeding hungry hummingbirds. Glass reservoir and red accents.  Holds up to 28 ounces of nectar, easy to hang and...

$22.31

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The Red 16 Oz. Hummingbird Feeder

The Red 16 Oz. Hummingbird Feeder

This pretty red hummingbird feeder will welcome hummingbirds to your yard or garden. It holds a full 16 Ounces of nectar.

$12.99

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Rose Petal Hummingbird Feeder

Rose Petal Hummingbird Feeder

The Rose Petal Feeder has four ports for feeding and holds 19Oz. of nectar. Measures 11.59"H x 5.25"W

$12.19

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 Blue jays and crows in the U.S. and snakes in the tropics are the main reason many hummingbird fledglings and eggs are destroyed. Over 30 hummingbird species are now endangered. Fully grown hummingbirds are most endangered by cats and hawks. Hummingbird feeders should be placed in the open where they can see cats easily and placed high enough to be able to make an easy escape, at least five feet off the ground. Bees and wasps can sometimes out flank a hummingbird. One sting can sometimes kill hummingbirds because they are too small to handle the amount of venom from one bee or wasp sting. Survival can be tough. Even large spiders and praying mantis have been known to kill hummingbirds on occasion. They come into contact with spiders because they eat spiders and use spider webbing to bind their nest of soft plant material together into a small cup shape. Any way we can help in their survival is a plus. Hummingbird feeders can make a big difference in their lives.

There are seventeen species of hummingbirds that breed in North America. Among them, we have Allen’s, Anna’s, broad-billed, broad-tailed, xantus’, rufous, violet-crowned, black-chinned, blue-throated, calliope, magnificent, and ruby-throated. The ruby-throated hummingbird is the only one to live in the eastern half of the United States. Hummingbird feeders can help many of these.

Hummingbirds feed off of nectar taken from flowers such as red columbine, tiger lilies, tobacco plant, penstemons, and other showy flowers. Anna’s hummingbirds eat more spiders and insects than other hummingbirds but they still have a diet that largely includes nectar. Hummingbirds come to sugar water feeders. It is helpful to have one that has red parts because their favored flowers are red. By using hummingbird feeders, you can directly make a positive impact on their survival. There are so many species of hummingbirds to enjoy. Pick one or two feeders from our selection, and enjoy!

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