Perky-Pet® Cranberry Hobnail Vintage Hummingbird Feeder
This gorgeous Perky-Pet® Cranberry Hobnail Vintage Hummingbird Feeder combines elegance and functionality to attract hummingbirds to your porch, backyard or garden. The beautiful pale cranberry hobnail design is modern chic and works as an accent piece or complements existing vintage outdoor décor. Its features include a wide mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning, four feeding ports for optimal nectar access and a 16 oz nectar capacity to keep those hungry hummingbirds fed all day long.
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Perky-Pet® Cranberry Hobnail Vintage Hummingbird Feeder - Specifications
- Pale cranberry-colored glass bottle
- Pop apart base
- Brushed-nickel finish on lid, and hanging loop
What's in the Box:
- One Perky-Pet® Cranberry Hobnail Vintage Hummingbird Feeder
- 16 oz nectar capacity
- 4 feeding ports
- Feeder measures - 5.50 inches L. x 5.50 inches W. x 10.25 inches H.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateA few little quibbles
This is a pretty little feeder but there are a couple of things you should consider. It has no bee guards and only four feeding ports. My little ruby throat hummers like to come in a group especially when they bring the babies. It has no perches and they like to perch. As far as I could determine there is no way to open the base to clean it. One thing I can say, though. Woodstream's customer service is one of the best.
Review RateBeautiful color... hummingbirds love itLooks great and even better...is a host to lots of hummingbirds
Review RateBeautiful Hummer FeederEasy to clean and fill. Sparrows cannot feed from it. Would recommed.
Review RateFeedersMy hummingbird feeder is beautiful and I just love watching the birds on it
Review RateBest feedersAlthough one of the feeders I purchased leaked, I am still happy with PerkyPet. A new feeder is on its way to replace the defective one and the hummers love the other 2.
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All About Hummingbirds:
Discover more about the birds visiting your feeders at Perky Pet®s Learning Center section and then visit the Wild Bird Journal for helpful articles, tips and more insights on feeding birds. Sign up for our email newsletter to get news, coupons and special deals delivered straight to your inbox.
These articles may help you get to know hummingbirds:
Hummingbird Feeders - FAQs
Q: Do hummingbirds need a perch to drink nectar?
A: Since hummingbirds are able to hover, they typically do not need to have feeder perch. In nature, they normally feed while hovering. Even though this feeder doesn't have a perch, we've seen some hummingbirds land on its, grip the lip of its base and drink nectar.
While many of our feeders have perches, we've found that feeders without perches will somewhat discourage territorial behavior.
Q: How can I keep ants away from my hummingbird feeder?
A: Keeping bugs away from the sugary nectar inside a hummingbird feeder can be challenging. Ants can be kept at bay with one of our AntGuard®.
The AntGuard®, which is strong enough to hang a feeder from, uses Permethrin, a natural insect repellent.
Q: What do I need to clean this hummingbird feeder?
A: You will need water, dish soap and some sort of way to scrub the inside of the bottle. We suggest the Perky-Pet® Foam Feeder Cleaning Mop. Once you have your supplies assembled, take down your feeder, drain it and take it apart.
The base can be separated from its lid with the slightest pull on the metal lid. Now scrub all the parts gently and pay close attention to any buildups around the feeder parts. After scrubbing, rinse, reassemble and refill.
Q: When should I put this feeder away?
A: Some areas of North America will have hummingbird visitors all year long. Other areas, particularly the Northeastern and Midwestern U.S. and Canada, will only see hummingbirds in the late spring through the early fall.
We suggest you start putting out your feeders in April (for the early arrivals) and remove them by the first of October (for the late-leavers).
That's only a guideline though! If you continue to see hummingbird activity deeper into the fall, keep refilling your