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Dr. JB's 16 oz Clean Hummingbird Feeder - Red with Red Flowers

Original price $24.66 - Original price $24.66
Original price
$24.66 - $24.66
Current price $24.66
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Said to be the BEST Hummingbird Feeder EVER!! Keep your hummers happy with this easy-to-fill and easy-to-clean nectar feeder!

Product Details:
Dishwasher safe (place all parts of the feeder in the top rack of the dishwasher)
Unique 2-piece base for easy dismantling/cleaning
Wide-Mouth jar for easy cleaning and filling
Doesn't leak in windy weather
Bee resistent
Accepts Switchable Sizing jar system

Make things even more hassle-free for yourself with the Naturally Fresh Hummingbird Nectar with Nectar Defender that will stay fresh in your feeder longer without the use of artificial preservatives.

Made in the USA

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
R. Jones
hummigbird feeder

I love it easy to clean no leaking. the perch on was side was a bit bent but I ran hot water o it and tried to reshape it, seems pretty good now. hummingbird went to it but didn't try it. We'll see what happens, this year the hummies are not as many ,only 1 or 2.last year at this time had 4. The weather has been cooler at night than usual. .

Jeanne Telfer
Hummingbird Problem solved

Bees and wasps have been dominating our feeder and chasing away the hummers. This feeder is fantastic. The bees cannot reach the nectar and the hummingbirds love it. Thank you, Martha, for a great recommendation. We are very pleased as are our tiny winged friends.

Nancy K in the NE
Hummingbird feeder

The feeder is super easy to clean. This is an important feature when it comes down to birds. I would give as gifts to others to enjoy. Would recommend to purchase. And, best criteria, made in the USA!

Pat Braun

They are rather plain looking,compared to the ones I bought in The hardware store and Walmart. Easy to fill, hang, and clean. I wish I had bought these in the beginning. The birds like them & not having yellow flowers or centers they aren’t drawing the bees like the others.

Laurel Trevino
Dr JB 16 oz hummingbird feeder

Well made, easy to clean but could do without petals that harbor mold. Top came apart in less than 3 months, it was glued onto glass jar. It fell 2 feet onto concrete floor but didn't break.

Thanks for your feedback!  I've talked to the manufacturer about the top of the jar coming unglued, FYI.  Sounds like in some cases, they just aren't applying enough glue.  Were you able to fix it?  Applying hot glue liberally to the glass bottle top, replacing the cap, and holding firmly for a minute or two is what they recommended.  If that doesn't work or you don't have a hot glue gun, I'm happy to contact them on your behalf and request a replacement jar/top.  Just let me know...
On the petal mold issue, are you taking advantage of the dishwasher option for weekly cleaning?  It's dishwasher top rack safe and an easy way to maintain this feeder.  If you have mold forming under the petals, I suggest popping them off and doing a full disinfection with a 10% bleach solution, so you are starting with a clean slate.  Here's a link to a post I did on disinfecting feeders:
I also use a small port brush to scrub the inside of the ports before putting the 3 main feeder pieces into the dishwasher and a bird-safe micronutrient that helps decrease bacterial growth and makes the nectar last 1.5-2 weeks:

I hope these suggestions help!