Handheld Hummingbird Feeders (Set of 2) Small Hummingbird Feeder Glass with Window Suction Mount Base - Window/Handheld or Tabletop Mini Humming Bird


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Sale price$20.00 USD

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MINI HUMMINGBIRD FEEDER: Set of (2) handheld red hummingbird feeder crafted of durable glass and plastic and a sturdy base with a suction cup for mounting the feeder. The bright red and yellow flower shape attract the birds to feed from your palm. CAPACITY: 1 oz. DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Durable Design-Crafted of tough glass that is dishwasher safe and will not easily break or shatter! Window Hummingbird feeder for with a strong suction mount base LEAKPROOF SEAL: The snap-on lid forms a leakproof seal, preventing nectar from leaking or dripping. Safely hand this feeder to children of all ages and capabilities; Enjoy Feeding your hummingbirds from the palm of your hand; WIDE MOUTH: The wide mouth ensures effortless filling, while making hand-washing an absolute breeze. Note: Never place in the dishwasher. best bird feeders for outdoors, GLAMOROUS GIFT: A unique and sure-to-be-appreciated gift for nature lovers and appreciators of beauty. Delight someone special or yourself with the enchanting experience of hummingbird handfeeding. 1) Attracting Birds-Feeding hummingbirds is a magical experience. It will, however, require patience, skill, and quite a bit of luck. Leave it outside for a few days to get the birds attracted to their new feeder. It is best to leave it around existing feeders or flowers that already attracted them. 2) Introducing Yourself-After a few days of the hummingbirds occupying your feeder, go outside while they feed. Stand from a distance, moving closer each day so the hummingbirds are comfortable with your presence. Continue doing so till you can stand really close to the birds. 3) Handfeeding Hummingbirds-When the hummingbirds no longer run from you, cradle the feeder in your palm and stand close to the original location of the feeder. Rest your hand on a flat surface to keep it steady and remove all other sources of nectar so they come to you. Don’t give up! If no birdies come the first day (or 2 or 3!), there is still hope. The gratifying experience is well worth the wait.

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Used Like New

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