WoodLink Audubon Classic Plastic Hummingbird Feeder

Walmart # 551891645

WoodLink Audubon Classic Plastic Hummingbird Feeder

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The WoodLink Audubon Classic Plastic Hummingbird Feeder provides a place for hummingbirds to congregate and find a food source. This also makes the fast-flying birds easier to watch and observe as they gather where you can see them. With the six feeding stations, several hummingbirds can feed at the same time, while a built-in guard keeps ants out. This hummingbird feeder with ant guard is easy to clean and fill.

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  • Built-in ant guard
  • 6 feeding stations
  • Easy to clean
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    Lowest Price of the "smart" feeders

    Ok, I love to sit with my kids and watch hummingbirds. I love the excitement the kids show. Hard to do that if the birds don't come to feed. Bottom tray feeders are the "smartest" design. Sunlight caused syrup expansion/contraction does NOT cause syrup to ooze out anywhere! I have owned 5+ designs, trying to help birds get away from having to fight off bees and wasps! Bottom reservior feeders are the BOMB!. This is the least expensive version I could find. The Woodstream 16-oz Hummingbird Oasis is only $3 more, I guess that is for the little yellow flowers? I might get one just to see if it makes a difference... Now, let me tell ya... We have a male Ruby visitor that just sits right down and fills his little belly! Bee Wasp trouble is almost eliminated! All other "tube/botttle" designs have syrup oozing out everywhere on hot days... and here come the BEES, and they chase away the birds! My bird traffic has Quardrupled since installing this feeder!

    I have a mystery on my hands

    This is my favorite design for a hummingbird feeder. I have found the tube types empty too fast, and not because the birds are using it. What happens with tube times is the sun heats up the inside of the tube, forcing the liquid out the end. Then in the evening, when the tube cools off, air is sucked in, and the next day the cycle repeats. THIS kind of feeder eliminates that, and has a built in ant-trap which as long as you keep it with some water in it, does a pretty good job of keeping the ants out. MY MYSTERY. I found my feeder (like this one) on the ground today. I have it hanging from a duel plant pole, with my regular bird feeder on the other hook. Now I can see the squirrels, in getting to the other feeder, causing the h-bird feeder to spin enough to cause the feeder pole-hook (which screws into the feeder) to unscrew and the feeder to drop. My mystery is -- I CAN'T FIND THAT METAL POLE-HOOK ANYWHERE. Do you all think maybe the squirrels carried it away for some purpose? Or maybe a big bird. I did see a Raven in the back today.
    i purchased this feeder because of a single hummingbird that kept showing up and hovering around my living room window. now, i don't think 5 minutes goes by all day long that i don't have at least one hummingbird at the feeder. the feeder is easy to clean, no issues with leaking and no issues with ants. i follow the instructions provided as to cleaning, preparing and replacing the nector. definetely would recommend.

    Hummers love it so far!

    Spent a lot of time researching a hummer feeder to replace the chintzy leaky glass feeder I had. Chose this design as it seemed leak-proof and also seemed very easy to keep clean. Both of my hunches are holding true. And my hummers are back! So far so good!

    Highly recommend

    I love this feeder! Easy to clean, easy to hang and very popular with the hummingbirds! I used to have three of the glass, bottle feeders. They were way harder to take care of, you couldn’t see mold growth or other issues, the metal inside the bottom part would rust. I’m replacing them all with these! Remember, hummingbird nectac (4 parts water, 1 part sugar) should be changed every 7-10 days even if the feeder isn’t empty. Feeders should be cleaned at this time too.
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