There are many different types of hummingbird feeders, and all have their pros and cons. By comparing different feeder styles and designs, you can choose the feeder that best fits your backyard hummingbirds, garden and preferences. Each of these feeders has been thoroughly tested and reviewed, and both benefits and problems are listed in each review.
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Hum Sweet Hum Feeding System
An innovative design from Love My Birds, LLC, these large saucer feeders are durable, attractive and convenient. Multiple feeders can be combined, each with a built-in ant moat, perches and more than 50 feeding ports.
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Four Flower Frolic
The classic feeder style from Perky-Pet, this feeder offers multiple feeding ports, detachable perches, bee guards and a hardened glass reservoir that won't discolor and can withstand hard use.
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Planter Box Hummingbird Feeder
This tiny, simple design is ideal for adding to flower boxes, hanging pots and other small spaces. Easy to fill and including a bee guard, this feeder is a great choice for easy hummingbird feeding.
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Hummingbird Oasis Feeder
A saucer-style design, this wide feeder has multiple feeding ports and large perches to accommodate multiple birds. Easy to fill and clean, this feeder can be either hung or pole-mounted.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Window Mount Feeder
Nothing beats this window-mounted feeder for close views of feeding hummingbirds, and the detachable perches encourage birds to rest nearby. Dual feeding ports are widely spaced for exceptional views.
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Magnolia Top Fill Feeder
The sports bottle design and wide mouth of this feeder make filling a snap, and the multiple ports and perches are sure to attract hummingbirds. The large capacity is also convenient for a large hummingbird flock.