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Humm-Bug Hummingbird Feeder

Original price $27.50 - Original price $27.50
Original price
$27.50
$27.50 - $27.50
Current price $27.50
The Humm-Bug no-nectar feeders attract hummingbirds by first attracting fruit flies. Fruit flies provide a much-needed source of protein and are a favorite treat for our tiny fine-feathered friends.
Simply open the two piece feeder, add 2 to 3 bananas, and hang the feeder in a shaded area. Within 7-10 days this feeder should have enough fruit flies to be irresistible to your hummingbirds!
Product Details:
Simple, two-piece construction
Dimensions: 10.00 (D) x 10.00 (W) x 5.25 (H) inches 
Fade Resistant
Made in the USA
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Phyllis Freyaldenhoven
Fruit Flies Arrived!!

It's been a little over a week since I put my feeder out and the fruit flies are coming around. I put it near my nectar feeders so hopefully the hummers will start using it. I'm so excited. What a great idea!

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Victoria
Great alternative to nectar feeders

I've noticed in the spring when hummingbird chicks need to be fed, I often stop seeing hummingbirds at my nectar feeders. Hummingbirds need protein that nectar doesn't supply, and I think the parents spend their time looking for insects to feed the chicks. This feeder should encourage the birds to continue to be where I can see them while they hunt for fruit flies.

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Walter Filipowicz
Hum bug

Its a great profuct and seen hummingbird come to it

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Dayna Schoessler
hummbug feeder

Well it has almost been 2 weeks since I put the bananas in and so far I havent seen any fruit flies. Which is weird because I usually cant get rid of them. Maybe it just needs to be a little warmer.

Yep, I'm sure they will get going once the nights are warmer!