Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dyno The protection it provides is excellent
I have purchased these HummBrellas over the years, and have found them to protect many types of feeders. These include hummer nectar feeders, oriole nectar and grape jelly feeders, mealworm feeders, and suet pellet feeders. These covers protect the feeders from the elements and from pesky crows, that are denied feeding on mealworms, due to the size of the HummBrellas. I will continue to purchase more of these wonderful covers, as I have at least 20 more hummer feeders that need protection.
May 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by JMML Hummingbird Umbrella that does the job
The HumBrella did the job, was easy to install and use and kept the rain from diluting the food. No problem from ants or sun rays.
March 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by TessieMarie Hummbrella was just what I needed!
I had been looking for a way to cover my oriole jelly feeders to keep out the rain, when jelly bowls are full of water...the birds no longer like the food. The Hummbrella is the perfect solution. Not only does it keep rain out, but is tinted so that the jelly in not always in the direct sun. The birds pay no attention to it, but do seem to appreciate a place to eat out of the weather. The Hummbrella is well made and adds interest to my patio & backyard lawn art.
July 18, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by rwd54 doesn't work like you think it might
You might think this device would provide a rain type umbrella over your hummingbird feeder. It does that in no wind to gentle winds; however, when the wind picks up, the umbrella begins to bounce around as it catches and resists the wind, and as such, the feeder hanging below it bounces and shakes back and forth from the movement of the umbrella being shaken by the wind. I bought two of these, and think the only way to eliminate that problem will be to bolt the umbrella to my bird feeder pole arm to secure it tight. I hope that will take the "shake" out of it, and then allow the feeder to remain more motionless. SO I would recommend this for low wind days. The little hummers come no matter the force of the rain or wind, so invest in a feeder they can sit on comfortably first, and then consider these. They don't mind the rain, so the umbrella really serves no purpose other than what "we" think it will do for them.
October 2, 2015