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Hummingbird Feeder Pest Barriers

Please only use water in these ant barriers.

Ants cannot swim, so the use of an ant barrier forces them to either climb back up the feeder hanging cord, or crawl into the water-filled moat and drown. You simply install the ant barrier above a feeder with the included hooks and fill it halfway full with water. The clear construction lets you know when it's time to add more water.


Nectar Protector - Clear

  • Ant-deterring moat holds 16 oz of water for less filling
  • Deep, clear design shows when water level is getting low
  • Great way to protect hummingbird, oriole, or fruit feeders

This simple, inexpensive solution prevents ant invasions at your hummingbird, oriole and fruit feeders. Ants seem to find their way to these feeders, no matter where they're hung. With Nectar Protector, they never reach their goal. This apparatus installs above the feeder with the included hardware; you fill it halfway with water, and it traps ants before they can reach the feeder. Clear, construction lets you easily view water level.

4.00L x 4.00W x 5.00H

4" diameter x 5" tall. Holds 16 oz. Made in the USA.

This ant deterrent holds 300% more than the next largest competitor. It's clear, doesn't confuse the Hummers, and you can see when it's empty! Easy to clean concave bowl. Less maintenance as it holds 3 x's more! Strong - holds even the largest feeders!

SE610
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Nectar Protector - Red

This ant deterrent holds 300% more than the next largest competitor. It's clear, doesn't confuse the Hummers, and you can see when it's empty! Easy to clean concave bowl. Less maintenance as it holds 3 x's more! Strong - holds even the largest feeders!

Holds over 16 oz of water for less filling

SE611
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Nectar Protector Jr.- Clear

Ant deterrent which holds twice the amount of water than others meaning it does not have to be refilled as frequently. It's clear so it doesn't confuse Hummers. You can see when it is empty

  • Same as SE625 & SE626 only clear.
  • Effective ant deterrent.
  • S-hook included.
  • Fits 100% of all feeders.
  • Large reservoir for fewer fillings.
  • Holds 12 oz of water
  • 4.00L x 4.00W x 3.50H
SE624
$4.99
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Nectar Protector Jr.- Red

Ant deterrent which holds twice the amount of water than others meaning it does not have to be refilled as frequently.

  • Same as SE621 only red.
  • Effective ant deterrent.
  • S-hook included.
  • Fits 100% of all feeders.
  • Large reservoir for fewer fillings.
  • Holds 12 oz of water
  • 4.00L x 4.00W x 3.50H
SE625
$4.99
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Nectar Protector Jr.- Green

Ant deterrent which holds twice the amount of water than others meaning it does not have to be refilled as frequently.

  • Same as SE621 only green.
  • Effective ant deterrent.
  • S-hook included.
  • Fits 100% of all feeders.
  • Large reservoir for fewer fillings.
  • Holds 12 oz of water
  • 4.00L x 4.00W x 3.50H
SE626
$4.99
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The original Detourant. Simply the best moat on the market! Keep sugar ants out of liquid hummingbird & oriole feeders. Also works great for fruit feeders.

Environmentally Safe. Fill it once and you are done. Water won't evaporate quickly, and the constant spillage problem is solved with this patented product! No Poison, No Chemicals.

3-3/4" Diameter x 3-3/4" Tall. Holds 1/3 cup water. 

Detourant may be emptied completely at end of season by shaking in it's right side up position, for dry winter storage. The water in the Detourant won't evaporate!

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