Perky-Pet® Pinch-Waist Plastic Hummingbird Feeder with Free Nectar
Bright colors attract hummingbirds and this feeder has enough bright red to attract hummingbirds from near and far! The Perky-Pet® Pinch Waist Plastic Hummingbird Feeder promises hours of enjoyment as you watch the hummingbirds happily sip nectar and dart about.
8-Ounce Capacity & 4 Feeding Stations - Holding up to 8 ounces of nectar, this hummingbird feeder features a red plastic bottle with a pinched waist and a wide mouth for easy filling and cleaning. The feeder's design also includes four flower-shaped feeding stations, each with a resting perch and a built-in bee guard to protect the nectar supply. The feeder also comes with a built-in ant moat on the top (simply fill with water to keep ants away).
Easy to Clean - Keep the feeder clean and filled with fresh nectar to ensure return visits from satisfied hummingbirds. In addition to its wide mouth opening, this hummingbird feeder's base and ports come apart to ensure convenient access and thorough cleaning. The bee guards also snap open, making washing the feeder easier. We recommend cleaning the hummingbird feeder at least twice a week, more often in very warm climates or seasons.
This feeder comes with a free 1.3 oz. packet of instant nectar concentrate, which makes the perfect amount of nectar to fill this feeder.
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- Bright red feeding ports
- Perches to sit and dine
- Bee guard and ant moat to keep nectar all for the hummingbirds
- Consistently clean feeder filled with nectar
- Pure enjoyment and relaxation watching hummingbirds feeding right outside your window
- Ease of cleaning
- Ease of filling
- Stylish look, this feeder will add to your yard
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Perky-Pet® Hummingbird Feeders lure birds in pursuit of sweet nectar—providing you with hours of joy as beautiful Hummingbirds flock to your feeders.