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Learn More About Hummingbirds in Your Backyard:
Plastic feeders are a lightweight and durable alternative to traditional glass hummingbird feeders. However, for best results, plastic feeders should be placed in a location that is out of the sun to prevent them from or discoloring over time. Want to know more about best hummingbird-feeding practices? Check out a few of our top hummingbird articles!
- How to Clean a Hummingbird Feeder - Just as you prefer eating in clean places, so do hummingbirds. Learn how you can keep your hummingbird feeders looking sparkling new in six simple steps.
- Tips for Placing Your Hummingbird Feeder - Placement is an important aspect of attracting hummingbirds to your feeders. Read our easy tips about feeder locations to achieve the best results.
- Hummingbird Migration - The migratory journey of hummingbirds is truly incredible. Visit our Hummingbird Migration Homepage to find all of the information you need about this year’s hummingbird migration.
- Protecting Backyard Hummingbirds - For tiny birds such as hummingbirds, there are many threats to their safety. Learn how to identify potential dangers around your property, so you can help keep them safe.
Types of Plastic Hummingbird Feeders
Traditional Bottom Fill – Plastic bottom fill hummingbird feeders hold nectar in an inverted reservoir that is attached to a tray. This inversion creates a vacuum seal to hold the nectar in the reservoir, only dispensing the nectar that’s needed.
Top Fill – Top fill hummingbird feeders are easy to fill and simple to clean. There is no need to remove the entire bottle to fill these feeders. Simply unscrew the top cap, pour nectar into the wide-mouth top opening, and you’re ready to go! The expertly designed float mechanism within the feeder base allows only the necessary amount of nectar to be dispensed!
Dish – Plastic dish hummingbird feeders hold nectar in a covered saucer. The large surface area of these plastic feeders allow for up to six hummingbirds to feed at one time. These feeders are versatile and can be hung, pole mounted, or even attached to a window for optimal viewing! The wide opening of the dish makes cleaning and refilling stress-free.