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First Nature Hummingbird Feeders

First Nature 16oz Hummingbird Feeder

The bright red color attracts the most inquisitive hummingbirds.

  • Spill-resistant
  • Easy-to-fill wide-mouth jar reservoir and two-part base
  • Easy to clean.
  • The ten (10) feeding ports will accommodate several hummer's at a time.
  • Feeders can be hung from hook or limb by the included S-hook.
  • To Fill: Before turning the feeder upside down, make sure the hummingbird feeder jar and base are empty. If there is still some nectar in the base you may want to do this over a sink. Unscrew jar from base and turn jar upside down to fill. While jar is still upside-down screw base back onto jar.
  • To Clean: Occasional cleaning can guard against disease. Remove the entire two-piece base from the jar to thoroughly clean the inside. Wash with warm soapy water and really rinse well. Hummingbird Market suggests you use dilute vinegar to kill off any molds.
  • Do not clean with scalding hot water or place in the dishwasher as this may deform parts.
FN3051
First Nature Feeder 16 oz Feeder
$6.99
 

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What our customers have to say:

Thank you for the great feeders and nectar. We are in Snohomish, WA and our feisty brilliant orange male Rufous seem to prefer the simplicity of First Nature feeders. Over the years we have used many other feeders and endured the crafted, gifty feeders that mom's gave us. But our Rufous always chuckled at the sight of a ceramic strawberry with a spout. Sure they used it but now they just attack their First Nature feeders. Our little guys are tough and no-nonsense when it comes to feeders and nectar so give them a try.

Stephen, Diane, Max, Isaac, Elle and Sam the dawg (and our guest Rufous in the Great Pacific Northwest)

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