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FEEDER CAPACITIES: 13 ounce hummingbird nectar bottle capacity
FEEDING PORTS: Total there are 5 feeding ports. Perches are not necessary as hummingbirds eat while remaining airborne
GLASS FEEDER: This glass hummingbird feeder is a backyard classic and is sure to draw attention of both hummingbirds and humans alike
EVEN DISTRIBUTION: This feeder is specially designed to evenly distribute nectar to each feeding port
EASY FILLING: Wide opening for easy filling and refilling

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These are attractive feeders and this is a good price for one of these models, however I'd probably skip it for a couple reasons. Firstly, the small diameter bottle is going to make it annoying to clean, which you should do fairly often. Second, glass and metal not necessarily the greatest materials for hummingbird feeders for everyone. Glass obviously breaks easily if dropped. If you live in an area that gets hummingbirds in the winter, but also can get cold (Pacific Northwest, parts of the eastern seaboard) the metal may get cold enough to freeze to a hummingbird's feet. We've had a cold snap here in Washington this week (just put two thawed feeders out a few minutes ago) and I've seen several posts of stuck hummingbirds this week.

For a similar price I'd recommend something like this. Breaks apart for easy cleaning, wide mouth bottle, and made of durable plastic.
https://www.amazon.com/First-Natu...way&sr=8-8


Or save yourself a buck and get the "oriole feeder" version with slightly larger openings. Hummingbirds will eat just fine and you may attract orioles in the right location as a bonus.
https://www.amazon.com/First-Natu...31&sr=8-10


Remember, the best hummingbird food is a simple 4:1 water to sugar mix. Food coloring or store mixes that include it are less healthy for the birds. Boil the water, add the sugar, mix, and cool. Easy and cheap.
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Are there hummingbirds in New York
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These are attractive feeders and this is a good price for one of these models, however I'd probably skip it for a couple reasons. Firstly, the small diameter bottle is going to make it annoying to clean, which you should do fairly often. Second, glass and metal not necessarily the greatest materials for hummingbird feeders for everyone. Glass obviously breaks easily if dropped. If you live in an area that gets hummingbirds in the winter, but also can get cold (Pacific Northwest, parts of the eastern seaboard) the metal may get cold enough to freeze to a hummingbird's feet. We've had a cold snap here in Washington this week (just put two thawed feeders out a few minutes ago) and I've seen several posts of stuck hummingbirds this week.

For a similar price I'd recommend something like this. Breaks apart for easy cleaning, wide mouth bottle, and made of durable plastic.
https://www.amazon.com/First-Natu...way&sr=8-8


Or save yourself a buck and get the "oriole feeder" version with slightly larger openings. Hummingbirds will eat just fine and you may attract orioles in the right location as a bonus.
https://www.amazon.com/First-Natu...31&sr=8-10


Remember, the best hummingbird food is a simple 4:1 water to sugar mix. Food coloring or store mixes that include it are less healthy for the birds. Boil the water, add the sugar, mix, and cool. Easy and cheap.
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Are there hummingbirds in New York
Yes, from late April through September there will be Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in NY. Whether they choose to hang out at your house may vary, but they'll be around.

https://ebird.org/barchart?r=US-N...spp=rthhum
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As an avid bird feeder fan.....I've had both plastic and glass. I live in Ohio, where we get ALL kinds of stretches of weather. Thick plastic seems to be the best and last longest, because I have had glass shatter in the winter when the water freezes and flimsy plastic break easily in the summer because it got brittle.

Spend a bit, get a nice one, and be done with it.
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HFCS. You won't feed them, you will actually kill them - and the plastic!!
What are you talking about? This is just the feeder, not the nectar.
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Do you guys worry about bird flu...?
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Do you guys worry about bird flu...?
No. Non issue with wild birds.
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Are there hummingbirds in New York
Yes heard one just the other day actually
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Thirteen ounces is a lot. Nectar will go bad. How long it takes depends on how hot it is. The birds won't get sick from spoiled nectar, but they will stop feeding. Unless you know you get a TON of birds, this feeder is bigger than what most people need. I'm not a fan of the bottle designs either. The saucer-shaped feeders are much easier to clean.
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It $4.50 at my Walmart
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Do you guys worry about bird flu...?
No. If they get the flu, it is up to them to go to the bird doctor.
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