Any suggestions on a reliable hummingbird feeder?
I bought one. It leaked and was a joke. Please help me find a reliable one that can keep my hummingbirds happy.
I have only used feeders from the Hummingbird Feeder Store located in Texas. They have an online store. The feeders use glass bottles that screw into the plastic red feeder. There are other feeders made this way like some by Perky-Pet using mason jars. They are available on Amazon.
Here is the link to Hummingbird Feeder Store:
https://thehummingbirdstore.com/shop-no … -fun-stuff
I have read that you have to make sure to be cleaning your feeder very often. If the sugar water sits too long it can grow mold and kill your hummingbirds. So one that is easy to clean would probably be best.
Thank you for your suggestions! This is what I purchased. I feel good about it.
Thank you. It's hanging outside my office window. I haven't seen any hummingbirds yet. I am not here all the time, so I've probably missed them so far.
The best feeder is the one that is easy to clean, easy to fill, has an ant moat, and is attractive to the birds. I've got 4 of these and love them. They make it easy to have 2 out, which are out of sight of each other due to feeder hoarding and 2 ready to fill and hang when I switch them out every other day. There are several others I like too. But this one during the busy part of the season works great without a lot of effort.
https://www.amazon.com/Aspects-HummZing … ird+feeder
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