Perky-Pet® Crystal Top-Fill Glass Hummingbird Feeder - 28 oz
- Wide-mouth, Top-Fill - easy, no-mess filling
- 5 hollyhock-inspired soft, flexible ports
- Feeding stations with removable perches
- Tapered feeding ports keep bees out of nectar
- Gasket creates a base seal preventing leaks
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Perky-Pet® Crystal Top-Fill Glass Hummingbird Feeder
The Perky-Pet® Crystal Top-Fill Glass Hummingbird Feeder is the perfect, vintage focal point for any backyard. The wide-mouth opening, and Top-Fill design ensure that filling is always easy and mess-free! While you enjoy time saved from filling and cleaning, your hummingbirds won’t be able to resist the feeder’s lifelike hollyhock-inspired feeding ports. They are bright, soft and flexible just like the flowers they flock to in nature! The flowers’ tapered stem design also acts as a natural bee guard to keep bugs out.
How to Use the Top-Fill Glass Hummingbird Feeder
Watch this quick video to see just how easy it is to disassemble and fill the Perky-Pet® Crystal Top-Fill Glass Hummingbird Feeder!
Unique Top-Fill Design For Easy Filling
No more messes and no more spills! Our unique feeder features patented Top-Fill technology so that filling is never a hassle. Simply remove the lid and pour up to 28 oz of nectar into the convenient wide-mouth opening to get your feeder up and running – there’s no need to invert the bottle!
Feeding Ports Inspired by Nature
Hummingbirds are accustomed to imbibing nectar from flowers. That’s why we’ve developed this feeder with soft, flexible hollyhock-inspired feeding ports to offer a more natural look and feel. The color and realistic flower shape are perfect for attracting hummers, while the five ports ensure there’s enough room for multiple birds to dine simultaneously.
Naturally Keeps Out Bees
With this feeder, there’s no need for an added bee guard. The specially designed feeding ports feature a long tapered “stem” that prevents bees from gaining access to the nectar, while hummingbirds will have no trouble at all! It’s a natural way of keeping out pesky bees without adding extra parts for you to clean.
Each of the five feeding stations features a removable perch, so you can hang your feeder with or without them. By using the feeder with the perches on, you can give your hummingbird friends a place to rest while they dine. Or, if your hummingbird feeders are frequently plagued by woodpeckers or other unwanted birds, you can use the feeder without perches. Hummingbirds can hover while they feed, but other birds can’t.
Comes Apart for Easy Cleaning
Hummingbirds prefer to visit fresh, clean feeding stations. To make that easier, this feeder disassembles for effortless cleaning. Easily separate the base, bottle and lid. You can even pull apart the base and remove the feeding ports and perches! Remember to clean your feeder at least once per week with a mild soap and water solution to prevent mildew buildup; clean more often in hot weather.
Gasket Prevents Leaks
If you’ve ever walked outside to find drops of nectar on the ground from a leaky hummingbird feeder, you know how frustrating it can be. Issues like those are exactly why we’ve created this feeder with a gasket in the base. It creates a nice tight seal so there’s no more leaks!
Note: Feeders may loosen during shipment. Before filling for the first time, tighten the bottle onto the base to ensure no leaking.
Perky-Pet® Crystal Top-Fill Glass Hummingbird Feeder Product Details
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|Perky-Pet® Crystal Top-Fill Glass Hummingbird Feeder|
|Materials||Glass, Metal, Plastic|
|Perky-Pet® Crystal Top-Fill Glass Hummingbird Feeder - 28 oz|
|Dimensions||11.5 in H x 5.3 in W x 5.3 in D|
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