|Number of Ports||5|
|Dimensions||9.2"h x 7.7"w x 7.7"d|
|Construction||Glass & plastic|
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.
Very good feeder
We don't get a large amount of Hummingbirds but we have a couple faithful visitors every summer and they seem to like this feeder. The clear glass makes it easy to see the nectar level and it is quite easy to clean. The only thing that could be improved would be to make the ant moat hold more water.