Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by Debbie0303 Great feeder!
Great hummingbird feeder. Insects cannot get to the sugar water and I love the umbrella to keep it out of direct sunlight. Please don't use red dye for their nectar. The hummers cannot process the red dye. Here's the nectar recipe- 4 cups of water and 1 cup of sugar. Boil to dissolve, cool and refrigerate leftovers. It's that easy! :)
September 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by ssk1 A must have in rainy seasons.
I am so happy I found this bird feeder. I live in an area where it rains everyday during our rainy season. The dome helps to keep out excess water and prevents the food from getting watered down.
I like this feeder so much, I now have two.
April 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by wingwalker This product is great.
I have other feeders that are rained on and get baked in the sun. When I first put your feeder out I wasn't getting any activity, but once the hummingbirds got used to the dome it was business as usual. I am very please with the product. It does the job!
August 13, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by johnsgirl Bees loved it anyway
I had read reviews that this product was "bee-proofed" which was the primary reason for this purchase. I watched sadly as more bees arrived exponentially over several days and the hummers came less. We did have bee-traps nearby for the wasps and yellow jackets, but....many joined the honey bees. The bees couldn't get into the feeder, but seemed to find ways to sup. The seam between the resevoir bottom and top leaked just enough to keep them searching for whatever they could get. Initially I thought the swaying of the feeder in the light wind was a major factor, but even windless--although the bees could not reach the syrup with their tongues, they stuffed themselves into the feeding funnels and got their little "hands and feet" wet enough to leave sugar prints all over the outside. I washed it every night. I spread garlic on the outside. I finally sprayed Pam--which worked very well at discouraging the bees--but alas the hummers didn't come back either. Two weeks later, now that the bees have stopped returning, I will put it out again and see if the hummers return. I'm sure it'll be great as temps cool and bees are not around.
September 13, 2015