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Glass hummingbird feeders are a stylish way to attract hummingbirds. Sun and weather can be rough on a feeder, but the glass construction is able to withstand these conditions. However, because glass has a tendency to break more easily when dropped, be sure to these feeders are securely hung on a pole or hanging hook that is somewhat shielded from the wind.
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- Are Hummingbirds Attracted to Red? You’ve heard it before – hummingbirds love red! But is it true? Well, we’ve tackled the age-old question and provided some other helpful tips for attracting these beautiful birds to your backyard.
- Hummingbird Nectar Guide - Never mix nectar wrong again! Our Hummingbird Nectar Guide will walk you through all of the important aspects of hummingbird nectar, including how often to change it.
Types of Glass Hummingbird Feeders
Bottom Fill – Traditional bottom fill hummingbird feeders are a tried-and-true method for feeding your hummers. The feeder base dispenses nectar through the built-in ports, while the suspended reservoir creates a tight vacuum spill to prevent leaks. The nectar reservoir easily unscrews from the base for cleaning and refilling.
Top Fill – Top fill hummingbird feeders make filling and cleaning incredibly easy. From the outside, they resemble the look of bottom fill feeders, but they function quite differently on the inside. When refilling, all you have to do is unscrew the top cap and pour in the nectar. Inside the base of the feeder is a float mechanism that only allows the proper amount of nectar to dispense.
Decorative – Glass hummingbird feeders are some of the most unique and decorative hummingbird feeders on the market. Glass bottles feeders are available in many stunning shapes and styles such as antique bottles and mason jars. They also come in a variety of colors so they truly serve as yard décor as well as bird feeders.