Perky-Pet® Starglow Vintage Hummingbird Feeder - Specifications
- Glass bottle
- Brushed nickel finish on lid and hanging loop
- Pop apart base
- Wide mouth for easy filling and cleaning
What's in the Box:
- 1 hummingbird feeder
- 24 oz nectar capacity
- 4 feeding ports
- Feeder measures - 5.50 inches L. x 5.50 inches W. x 11.13 inches H.
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- All About
All About Hummingbirds:
Discover more about the birds visiting your feeders at birdfeeder.com’s Learning Center section and then visit the Wild Bird Journal for helpful articles, tips and more insights on feeding birds. Sign up for our email newsletter to get news, coupons and special deals delivered straight to your inbox.
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Hummingbird Feeders - FAQs
Q: Will hummingbirds really come to this feeder? Aren't hummingbird feeders supposed to be red??
A: As long as your hummingbirds know to look for a feeder, they don't care what color your feeders are. That being said, we did make the feeder port "flowers" red as an extra encouragement for your curious little visitors.
Q: How do I clean this hummingbird feeder?
A: This is an easy hummingbird feeder to clean thanks to its wide-mouth design. Simple empty out the nectar, unscrew the base, pop off the lid and wash in a mild soap and water solution.
The lid to the feeder base is easy to pop off. Just slide a pencil or a flat tipped screwdriver between the threaded area of the base and the metal lid. It should easily snap apart.
Q: Will the metal feeding ports hurt my hummingbirds?
A: The metal flowers on the lid of this feeder are attached with smooth grommets. These grommets will not scratch or gouge the bill of your visiting hummingbirds.
Q: Why is my feeder suddenly leaking from the feeder ports?
A: If your feeder starts to empty out the nectar through its feeder ports, it isn't broken or leaking. What's happening is the air bubble inside the feeder is heating up, which causes the gas inside to expand. This expansion pushes the nectar out through the feeder ports. Resolve this problem by topping off the nectar in your feeder or by moving the entire feeder into a shaded location.