Woodstream Hummingbird W Our Best Hummingbird Feeder Red 30 Ounces - 209

Woodstream Hummingbird W Our Best Hummingbird Feeder Red 30 Ounces - 209
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Our best hummingbird feeder.

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Our best hummingbird feeder- Color: Red- Hardened glass feeder bottle- Shatter-proof no-drip feeding base- Features 6 feeding stations with removable flowers and a full-circle perch- Unique circular perch design- 1-88 lbs capacity- Dimensions: 11-86'' H x 9-5'' W x 3-43'' D- SKU: BCI21511

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Shipping Weight (in pounds): 5.74
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA and/or Imported
Origin of Components: USA and/or Imported
Walmart No.: 8622086
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Customer Reviews | 83 reviews | 4.5 out of 5

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83 reviews | 4.5 out of 5

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Great feeder
4/17/2008

Customer review by lhermsen

5.0 stars by lhermsen

Easy to assemble, the rungs are built onto the unit and are less likely to break. Bright red color with yellow flowers that don't fade. The barrel-type container is easier than the hour-glass type to clean inside. I like it and so do the birds! Don't need to buy food, just mix 2 parts water with 1 part sugar. We now have two feeders, the first purchased a year ago.

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lhermsen
Corvallis, OR
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:65 or older
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Hummingbird Heaven!
10/7/2008

Customer review by LoveStellarDeals

5.0 stars by LoveStellarDeals

Bought this Hummingbird Feeder Online and it exceeded my expectations!! It is durable, cleanable, and does not leak (unless you don't get the lid screwed on tightly/straightly like I did the first time - re-tightened it and it was perfect!) For the price, I can't imagine finding one that is better designed! The first day I hung it up on the porch - we had several Hummingbirds drinking at the feeder! I clean it once a week with hot water and re-fill with 4 parts water to 1 part dissolved sugar. This feeder has brought us many Hummingbirds and much joy watching them!! Buy one today!!

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LoveStellarDeals
Nashville, TN
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Long-lasting, reasonably priced
8/13/2009

Customer review by Skideth

5.0 stars by Skideth

We've owned one for at least 15 years and are still using it constantly. The new one is a backup for when the plastic base of the old one gives out. Its base is riddled with hairline cracks. Four of the yellow 'flowers' have been removed so Orioles, Western Tanagers, Black Crowned Grosbeaks, etc. can get to the sugar water. We mix 1 cup sugar with 2 cups water and boil it. Natural nectar is the same parts water to sugar.

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Skideth
Barstow, CA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:65 or older
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
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by an anonymous customer 8/15/2009
  • That's easy. Mix 1 cup of sugar to 1 Quart of water and mix well. store in the fridge. Clean the feeders about once a week so that the feed won't sour. The more sun and heat we have, they may have to be cleaned more often.
    by budsmon6/5/2011
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  • I make mine, let's see if I can get this simple. 2 cups sugar in nuke safe measuring cup, fill with water and nuke for 3 min. stir til clears, repeat until clear, mix 5o/50 in feeder.
    by Dalgast5/7/2011
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  • Any pet store or grocery store usually sells it but it is best to make your own. One cup of sugar to four cups water, bring to boil and boil one minute. Let cool and add to feeder. Store any extra in the fridge. I use only three cups of water at first to get the birds to come to the feeder then up it to four once they are steady 'customers'.
    by tobitoes3/20/2011
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  • boil 4 cups of water and stir in 1 cup of sugar and boil for two minutes then let cool for about an hour. this works great for me.
    by kwaipai2/14/2011
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  • Mix 4 parts water with 1 part sugar (no artificial sweeteners or honey). Bring it to a boil. Let it cool. Store leftover sugar-water in the fridge. No food coloring necessary as the feeder is red itself.
    by Valdosta123452/3/2011
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  • My hummingbirds like the nectar I make over store bought. 1 Cup boiling water 1/4 Cup sugar mix well, cool, remainder will store in refrigerator for two weeks rubyredky1
    by RubyredKY12/2/2011
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  • Make it yourself. I use a 1 quart glass jar with 1 heaping cup of sugar. Stir well, microwave it to just below boiling, & stir again. In my microwave, that takes about 4 minutes per jar. Old mayonnaise jars with plastic lids are perfect for this chore. Don't bother trying to color it.
    by lourocke2/2/2011
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  • The cheapest and best nectar for the birds health is what you make yourself. In a saucepan mix 4 cups of water and 1 cup of sugar, heat to boiling and let boil for 1 or 2 minutes. Any leftover nectar can be stored in the refrigerator for refills. I recommend that you only fill the feeder 1/2 to 2/3 full at a time.
    by ComparesB4Buying8/11/2010
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  • You get it from your cupboard. Mix your own nectar (ie sugar water) - do NOT use any red dye - it is harmful and the red color of the feeder will attract any hummers you have around. Some recommend 4:1 water:sugar but I prefer a more concentrated 2:1 mixture. (4:1 requires hummers to visit your feeder more often, but if you're like me and have hundreds to feed, a more concentrated 2:1 nectar is a necessity). Use regular granulated white sugar ONLY - no powdered, no brown. You do not need to boil the water as the first hummer beak will contaminate the nectar with bacteria - decent quality (ie low chlorine etc) tap water is fine. If you don't drink your tap water, then don't make the hummers drink it either as they consume far more for their body weight than you do...
    by fawest9/1/2014
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  • You can make your own with two parts water to one part sugar or go to your local Home Depot or Walmart lawn care center and they sell it pre-made and it is that red color most people want. Sugar water works just as well in my opinion.
    by TML102/2/2011
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by an anonymous customer 2/12/2009
  • This particular model 209 has been around for over 30 decades and is very very hard to clean the base as it does not come apart to get inside...BUT Perky Pet, the manufacturer, has finally redesigned it very well as of the 2014 season...model 209B, with an ant moat in the upper cap, a wider jar opening, a more bee proof flower and the base comes apart fully. Look for model 209B in stores or online at Perky Pet and don't bother with the old model 209.
    by hummingbirdgrammy2/6/2015
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  • The glass syrup container has a screw top that twists into the red feeding disk. The foot rail comes off with a screw driver, and the flowerettes pop out for cleaning.
    by VestaP2/6/2015
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  • It snaps apart. For most of the time, you can clean the outside with an old toothbrush. This works for most of the season. The yellow flowers turn, you can clean them really good. The inside doesn't get that dirty for quite a while. Great design.
    by stltht2/6/2015
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  • The bottom has a nut so that it can be taken apart. You just need a screwdriver.
    by budsmon2/6/2015
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  • The Glass model I have unscrews, I have found that these can get crossthreaded pretty darn easy, clean the threads good, get it lined up just right and it should be no problem, and you want them just tight enought to make a good seat, to gight and they are a bear to get undone.
    by Dalgast2/6/2015
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  • it unscrews. but its kind of hard to clean because the openings are so small.
    by kwaipai2/6/2015
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  • The bottom unscrews so you can clean it. The cap on the top also unscrews so you can set it on the counter to be filled.
    by Valdosta123452/6/2015
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  • the bottom unscrews, we love ours.
    by RubyredKY12/6/2015
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  • It unscrews. If you have bees or ants on the base, leave it outside and fill the bottle in the house. The bees won't bother you (and I am allergic to bee stings). You hold the base by the perches. Trick is to never screw the bottle in so tight that you can't easily unscrew it - otherwise you will break the perches.
    by lourocke2/6/2015
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  • It unscrews from the bottle as a separate unit which can be rinsed out under the a faucet or hose.
    by TML102/6/2015
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by Peteee 7/12/2010
  • Mine was mailed with no lid. I have no way of hanging it.
    by Tribunored12/19/2012
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  • It has a wire that will attach to anything.
    by stltht12/19/2012
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  • It has a heavy wire thats bendable, it can then fasten to a hook.
    by budsmon12/19/2012
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  • No, but you can very easily attach this to a chain. Simply tie a small knot in the red wire provided slip it thru the hole in the top and that should allow you more then enough wire left to wrap it thru one of the chains links. I just use a wire coat hanger for mine. I cut to length, bend the ends and a 290degs, make a ring with the wire and it makes it a breeze to get up and down for cleaning and filling
    by Dalgast12/19/2012
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  • Just use a bent coat hanger to hang the feeder. It works great.
    by tobitoes3/20/2011
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  • You are provided with a plastic covered wire that is attached by placing it through the hole in the plastic top that screws onto the glass.
    by TheShopster3/8/2011
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  • it has a wire that you can attach to a chain or whatever.
    by kwaipai2/13/2011
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  • It comes with a very sturdy plastic covered wire to hang it on a hook or longer chain.
    by Valdosta123452/3/2011
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  • No
    by cancer19539/13/2010
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  • it has a strong coated wire, you have to bend with pliers. rubyredky1
    by RubyredKY19/12/2010
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