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Capacity18 oz.
Number of Ports5
Dimensions9"h x 5.5"w x 5.5"d
ConstructionGlass, metal & plastic
Made InChina



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Cleaning: Dirty feeders spread disease. We recommend disinfecting your nectar feeders every three to five days, or more frequently if you notice your nectar has become cloudy. Do not put your feeder in the dishwasher as the high temperatures can permanently damage the feeder parts. Soak all parts in a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water. Use a bird feeder brush to brush away grime inside the feeder.

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    Allen H.
    United States United States

    Nice feeder with simple country style

    This is a nice feeder with a simple “country milk bottle” feel and well made quality parts: glass bottle, metal decorative cap, and metal feeder plate and flowers. It does have a plastic tray underneath, but I guess this is shielded from UV by the metal plate, so hopefully will last in the outdoor environment. It’s too early here to have hummingbirds so don’t know yet how they will like it, but I’m assuming they’ll like it as much as I do. :-) I took off one star for the printing on the glass (I’m just not a fan) and the plastic tray as I was hoping to have an all metal and glass feeder, but that deduction may be unjustified in the long run…only time will tell.

    Grady V.
    United States United States

    More Birds® Jersey Hummingbird Feeder with Vintage Glass Bottle, 18 oz. capacity

    I was concerned when I received it as it didn't have much red on it but unlike many others I have purchased the birds thought it was enough. It took them about 3 days to observe it then they came to it willingly. Now I have several who fight over it - one who sits in the plant nearby to run them off. It is easy to clean as it indeed sits flat and the openings are large enough for the brush to clean the inside without angle that you can't get to like my other one. Also the port feeder is large enough for my small cleaning brush to do well. Overall I am fully satisfied with the feeder and so are my birds. I would recommend the purchase of the item as it does well.

    More Birds More Birds® Jersey Hummingbird Feeder with Vintage Glass Bottle, 18 oz. capacity Review
    Chris W.
    United States United States

    Jersey Hummingbird Feeder with vintage glass bottle

    This is a beautiful and unique glass hummingbird feeder. It is a high quality feeder and looks amazing in my garden area. I highly recommend this feeder if you love watching hummingbirds enjoy their food! ❤️

    Jean S.
    United States United States


    So far the hummers (only 2 probably passing through) have ignored this feeder, even when I swapped it with a more popular feeder. Maybe it will just take some time. Study and easy to clean.


    More Birds

    Hi Jean, We are very sorry that you haven’t seen many hummingbirds on your hummingbird feeder. Birds are creatures of habit, and it can take them days or even weeks to use a new feeder. There is something new in the yard that they are not used to, and they need to warm up to it first. Hummingbirds have a notorious affinity for the color red. That’s why red is used so predominantly on hummingbird feeders. Tying a red ribbon on your feeder that will move in the wind is one way to get their attention. Hummers like a place to perch and rest, so try to place your feeder near a bush or tree. Another way is to position your feeder within inches of a hanging plant that is attractive to hummers, such as fuchsia, where they’ll practically trip over the feeder. Once the hummers recognize the feeder as a food source, you can place it almost anywhere. Hummers are attracted by a wide variety of flowers. Some favorites are: American columbine, bee balm, bugleweed, butterfly milkweed, choral bean, coralberry, fuchsia, hibiscus, hollyhock, larkspur, lemon bottlebrush, mimosa tree, evening primrose, red buckeye, red impatiens, red salvia, sage tiger lily, trumpet honeysuckle, trumpet vine, weigela, and zinnia. We hope this information helps!

    Luke R.
    United States United States

    Quality feeder

    I’ve had a handful of hummingbird feeders over the years.. but this one is the best combination of aesthetics and construction..