Hummingbirds

How Do You Attract Hummingbirds?

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Hummingbird & Oriole Nectar

Our Wild Birds Unlimited Hummingbird and Oriole Nectar provides the high calories these active birds need. It contains no dyes or additives, is easy to mix and delivers wonderful results. Dissolve contents of pouch in 4 cups of water and then fill your feeders. Any leftover solution can be stored in your refrigerator up to one week for later use.

This resealable pouch contains:
8 oz. of sucrose which makes 4 cups of hummingbird and oriole nectar solution.

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Hummingbird & Oriole Nectar
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High Perch Hummingbird Feeder

Capacity: 12 oz.
4 Nectar Ports
Dimensions: 9″ x 7¾” diameter

Our High Perch™ Hummingbird Feeder is the perfect way to attract hummingbirds to any yard. It features a high perch that allows hummingbirds to comfortably rest, providing you with better, longer views of the birds. The feeder has a clear bottom that allows you to see hummingbirds’ tongues lap up nectar (up to 12 times a second) as well as the level of the nectar solution. The High Perch Hummingbird Feeder comes with a built-in ant moat to deter crawling bugs from reaching the nectar solution and it has ports that keep rain water from diluting the nectar solution. It’s easy to fill, clean (top shelf dishwasher safe) and hang, and it’s backed with a lifetime guarantee.

(Bird food not included.)

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High Perch Hummingbird Feeder
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Nectar Bottle

Capacity: 32 oz.
Dimensions: 18¼” x 3¾” diameter

Create the ideal nectar solution for your hummingbirds with the WBU Nectar Bottle. Simply fill the container with warm or hot water, add one cup of table sugar or one box of WBU Hummingbird Nectar (3017), replace the lid and shake until the sugar is dissolved. Use your new nectar solution right away, or refrigerate it (in the bottle) until you’re ready to fill your hummingbird feeders. Available only at Wild Birds Unlimited, our Nectar Bottle is top rack dishwasher safe and BPA free.

(Table sugar and Hummingbird & Oriole Nectar not included.)

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Nectar Bottle
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APS Basic Setup – Hanging

Our exclusive, patented Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup is the perfect beginning to your ultimate bird feeding and/or watering station designed to meet your own individual needs.

Just twist the 4-foot base pole into the ground using the convenient corkscrew auger. Next slide the Stabilizer onto the base pole and push into the ground (Tests show the stabilizer holds the pole straight in up to 35 MPH wind gusts). Add the extension pole and arms and top it with the decorative finial; then fill and hang your bird feeders.

Includes:

  • 48″ base pole
  • 48″ extension pole
  • double crook arm
  • two-piece large stabilizer
  • chickadee finial

Also, be sure to shop through our other bird feeding supplies to complement all your bird feeding needs.

(Feeders and bird food not included.)

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APS Basic Setup
Hanging
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Nectar Port Brush

Dimensions: 3½” long

Our Nectar Port Brush is designed clean the feeding ports of Hummingbird and Oriole Feeders. Use this brush to clean the ports each time you change the nectar.

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Nectar Port
Brush
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Decorative Window Hummingbird Feeder

Capacity: 8 oz.
3 Nectar Ports
Dimensions: 7 ¾” x 5 ¾” x 2”

With our Decorative Window Hummingbird Feeder, only a window pane stands between you and “the jewels of nature” — hummingbirds. This feeder is easily mounted to any window with two suction cups, and its clear bottom allows you to see hummingbirds quickly lap up the nectar solution. The Decorative Window Hummingbird Feeder features three feeding stations and a moat that, when filled with water, will keep ants and other crawling insects out of the feeder. It’s also easy to clean and comes with a lifetime warranty (even if it falls to the ground).

(Bird food not included.)

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Other Info About Hummingbirds

Do Hummingbirds Migrate?

Hummingbirds are primarily migratory. The Anna’s is often a non-migratory, year-round resident in its range

What Foods Do Hummingbirds Eat?

Sugar-water nectar, fruit flies drawn to rotting bananas

Where Do Hummingbirds Nest?

Nests in trees. Will not use a nest box. Will use offered nesting materials.

What Do Hummingbirds Look Like?

Male and female are similar with the male usually having a colorful gorget (throat patch). No seasonal plumage changes. Juvenile plumage resembles adult female.

Hummingbird Range Maps

Maps provided by Birds of North America Online.
Maintained by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.