Attract more hummingbirds to your yard with just one feeder thanks to the unique design of this Bob's hummingbird feeder. The Hummerbar provides a long, flute-like shape that hangs horizontally, providing hummingbirds access to its 22 flower-shaped feeding ports.
The unique petal-shaped feeding hole can effectively prevent bees and ants.
Feeds Several at Once
With its welcoming banquet for up to 24 hummingbirds at a time.
Easy to Hang & Fill
Using the two, included, adjustable cords, the Hummerbar hangs easily from a convenient location like two shepard's hooks, trellis, or from the eaves of a house in front of a viewing window.
Clear Nectar Reservoir for Easy Monitoring of Nectar Levels
The clear tubular design magnifies the action of the hummingbird's tongue while it feeds.
Easy to Fill and Clean
To allow for easy filling, this feeder comes complete with a mini funnel.
Use Different Feeders
There are many types of hummingbird feeders to choose from, and birds that dislike one specific shape or size of feeder may be attracted to another. Use a variety of feeders spread throughout your yard to attract the most hummingbirds.
Consider both glass and plastic feeders, as well as designs with just one feeding port or multiple access points. Feeders with and without perches may also appeal to different hummingbirds. Different feeder sizes can also accommodate different feeding preferences.
Position Feeders Properly
To keep hummingbirds safe from window collisions or from getting their delicate bills stuck in window screens, feeders should be positioned either very close to the window (great for visibility) or at least five feet away.
Placing feeders in an area free from breezes and out of direct sunlight minimizes spilled nectar and slows fermentation to keep nectar fresh and safe.
To help the birds find your feeders, place them near nectar-producing flowers or other colorful accents in your yard, particularly red decorations that will catch these birds' eyes.
Clean Feeders Regularly
It is important to thoroughly clean hummingbird feeders at least two or three times per week. Even more frequent cleanings may be necessary in hot weather when the nectar can ferment quickly. Fermented nectar can cause mold that is fatal to hummingbirds, and sour food will not attract as many birds.
When cleaning a hummingbird feeder, take great care to thoroughly sanitize all nooks and crannies to get rid of all mold, fungus, old nectar, or crystallized sugar. Soaking a disassembled feeder in very hot water can be an easy way to remove sticky residue.
Provide Migration Meals
Hummingbirds feed excessively just prior to migration in order to build up energy reserves for their long flights. Keep hummingbird feeders clean and filled throughout the late fall and early winter so all migrating birds can be fed, and place feeders out the next year early in the spring to attract the first returning hummingbirds.
Similarly, opt for early and late-blooming nectar flowers for a long-lasting hummingbird garden. You may be surprised at just how early and late these birds will visit, and how much they'll appreciate a nutritious meal to help them refuel!