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First Nature Oriole Nectar for Hummingbird Nectar 16-oz concentrate (makes 80-oz) - $1.81 - after Subscribe and Save at Amazon

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Amazon has First Nature Oriole Nectar for Birds 16-oz concentrate for $1.90 + FS or $1.81 after Subscribe and Save.

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  • The bright red color attracts the most inquisitive hummingbirds
  • With easy-to-fill wide-mouth jar Reservoirs and two-parts bases, First Nature hummingbird feeders are the easiest feeder on the market to clean
  • The feeding ports will accommodate several hummer's at a time
  • With First Nature hummingbird nectar concentrate, you can mix the correct proportions right in the feeder jar

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Avoid artificial color. Just mix it yourself from ordinary table sugar in a 1:4 ratio.
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people are paying their money to kill Hummingbird?
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Agreed. Color has nothing to do with the nectar.
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Agreed. Color has nothing to do with the nectar.
I don't think the point is to have red color - it's to have concentrated nectar that you don't have to make ("Just add water" is the headline on the bottle). They're trying to use the red color as a marketing gimmick but that's probably not why people buy this. Mixing it 1:4 sounds pretty easy though. This bottle makes 80 oz.
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Avoid artificial color. Just mix it yourself from ordinary table sugar in a 1:4 ratio.
I can't believe people still buy sugar water to feed to hummingbirds when it's so easy to make otherwise.
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