With a bright red feeder base to attract the tiny birds, this glass hummingbird feeder will provide hours of bird watching pleasure. The hummingbirds will also enjoy the delicious taste of the nectar.
The Perky-Pet® Pinch-Waist Glass Hummingbird Feeder (203CP) features 4 feeding ports, a 4-way perch, a built-in bee guard, and an 8 oz. nectar capacity. Use the included hanger to hang it from a branch or hook.
The feeder may be cleaned with the Perky-Pet® Cleaning Mop. Remember to clean your glass hummingbird feeder at least twice a week, more often in very warm climates or seasons.
Placing the Feeder
Cleaning the Feeder
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HUMMIES LOVE IT & NO MORE BEE SWARMS September 02, 2013
Although we have hummies year-round, July thru September are the heaviest activity. Many times it's the big forest or mountain fires that will bring a big group in for a day or two. Anna's and Allens are our most common but one year I saw a little purple-whiskered Calliope at the feeder no kidding! I had binoculars to make certain! I now use no other feeder but this 8 oz Pinch Waist since the hummies always prefer it over others I mounted at the same time. The bees and wasps are no longer a swarm problem especially with a Perky-Pet Ant Guard hanger over each feeder. These Ant Guards were our lifesaver and we replace them every year. We went from swarms of bees cutting off access to feeder ports on other feeders to an occasional bee that can't get his head through the flower bee guard grills on the Pinch-Waist flowers. The new dome grills are way better than the old flat design. I recommend using the perches because the hummies use them to rest and get longer feeding at the ports. We have 6 of these feeders and rotate them out every day or two with new syrup as hot days cause hummies to use up the liquid faster. In winter, one feeder is adequate for a few resident hummies. Don't be afraid of hummies flying up to your face to scold you for not refilling their empty feeder! We have one that hovers at the screen door scolding us to come out with more syrup and he swoops down and sits at the Pinch-Waist feeder before we hang it up. These Pinch-Waist feeders are not leakers like other styles I've tried. 100mph wind gusts still left an inch of syrup in the Pinch-Waist for the hummies to have breakfast the following morning. It's not just great entertainment watching these wee birds through our windowed sliding doors, but we feel a sense of satisfaction helping some of Mother Nature's species.
Review Posted on Amazon.com June 26, 2011
I have this feeder as well as a few others but the hummers seem to prefer this feeder over the rest, and it doesn't leak out like some of the others do! Stay away from the flat bottom feeders, the bottom fills up and the liquid is gone in no time! The glass feeders are pretty but again, especially the round ones, the liquid leaks out from the stems. If you want a great feeder at a great price that will attract your hummers then this is the feeder to get!
Oh and I just want to note that if you have never had hummers before a feeder alone will not attract them! You need plenty of colorful flowers, red and purple are best. Once your birds are established they will continue to come back year after year! Mine actually stay all year round!