Bird feeding isn’t just our specialty - it’s our lifestyle. All of our products stem from our commitment to creating a bird-feeding experience that is fun & fulfilling.
Our decorative glass hummingbird feeders not only feed the birds, but double as eye-catching yard décor as well!
Our decorative glass hummingbird feeders feature metal details glass bottles reminiscent of antique décor.
Our decorative glass hummingbird feeders boast multiple feeding stations to easily accommodate several birds at once.
The brightly colored flower-shaped feeding ports are sure to catch the attention of nearby hummingbirds.
Place feeders where hummingbirds can easily spot them and you can watch them. Make sure it's with 10-15 feet of cover.
Be sure to clean feeders every few days to prevent mildew buildup. Clean more often in hot weather.
Hummingbirds are attracted to the bright bottles and flower ports of our decorative feeders.
Rufous hummingbirds can be found visiting feeders in the western half of the United States.
Ruby-throated hummingbirds are the only hummingbird species that typically visit eastern United States.
Bird-feeding enthusiasts in California may be lucky enough to get a visit from this species.
A: This has happened to my other Perky-Pet feeders. Thought it was normal, LOL. I'm going to try to coat it with something to keep it from getting worse.
A: Mine was too. Not sure unless the manufacturer
A: We are sorry to hear this! Our feeders are specially designed and treated to prevent against rust. They are covered under a 1-year replacement policy. Please contact us directly at 1-855-737-5973 for assistance!
A: Try some rust remover and fine steel wool.
A: The "Top," as shown in the picture, is solid. . . although it does make it look like it may be an open vessel To fill it, you turn it upside down, unscrew the metal bottom part, add sugar water, reattach the metal portion, turn it back over and hang it in your desired location to feed the hummingbirds. When assembled, the "flowers" where the birds drink are the only openings so rainwater and debris are not an issue.
A: The top is glass just like the rest of the feeder. The only opening is at the bottom. The bottom piece screws off and you turn it upside down to fill, than screw the bottom piece back on and flip it over and hang. Make sure you hold it over a sink when flipped back as it some times will drip a bit. Rainwater does not get into the feeder. Hope this answers your question.
A: The only area for rain water or debris to enter the feeder would be through the feed ports, which are quite small.
A: The top of the unit where the hanger is only screws on the top of the bottle and only serves to act as the hanger. The top is indented where you can pour some water that acts as an ant trap. The only way to add sugared water is to unscrew the jar from the red plastic bowl on the bottom. There is no way that rainwater or debris can enter the system.
A: No, there is no top to prevent intake of rainwater, debris, etc.
A: It doesn't appear to draw any ants.
A: We would recommend hanging the feeder from an Ant Guard® (model 245L) to deter these pests from invading a feeder.
A: I have had no problems with this feeder
A: Yes, I get ants at all of my feeders unless I put a little cup between the feeder and the hanger, then put a bit of water in it - the ants will be gone from your feeder, I promise! These are sold at bird seed stores, and only cost a dollar or two. Maybe you will be clever and invent your own! I am amazed at how they even knew the feeder had sugar water in it! Try this out and then you will see, for sure!
A: Yes. They'll find it eventually.
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