Bird Feeding

The “Superstar” Hummerbar

Hummerbar Hummingbird Feeder, 4' at Duncraft.com

What’s stopping you from attracting lots of hummingbirds to your yard? Not enough space to hang a handful of feeders? Sure, sometimes you only have room for one feeder. Not enough nectar? We get it. Consider this: filling this nectar feeder is like filling several feeders at once.

The 2-foot long Hummerbar. It’s long, it’s horizontal and it has 22 feeding ports to accommodate an astounding amount of hummingbirds. You’re wondering, What’s going to happen when I have that many hummingbirds at once? Good question.

Hummingbirds are often territorial; however, Perky-Pet® kept this in mind when they designed the Hummerbar to successfully “[diffuse] the natural territorial instincts of hummingbirds.” You’ll enjoy watching so many hummingbirds eating at once. You can hang this hummingbird feeder in front of your picture window for the best view of these magical birds.

The feeding ports. Hummingbirds can eat from every single feeding port–at the same time–and they won’t “knock beaks,” if you will. Since the ports are well-spaced, hummingbirds can dive right in and eat side-by-side without any issues. After feeding time is over, you’ll find opening the end caps and running water through the tube is about as easy as it gets when it comes to cleaning nectar feeders.

The sound of music. As an official hummingbird admirer, you have the exclusive opportunity to listen to hummingbirds. Each set of wings sounds different. This is your chance to tune into nature and take some time for yourself and watch the birds. Happy (Humming)Birding!

P.S. If you’re serious about feeding a lot of hummingbirds, get the four-footer.



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  • Patricia Dumas August 30, 2015 at 1:20 am

    This looks like a great feeder to have when Ruby Throated hummers are ‘passing through Mid-US states on their way from Central America to the East Coast.

    As I live in NJ, I only see hummers feeding in my yard in the summer, during and after breeding season, so they NEVER eat together or near one another.

    As a longtime worker in a local garden center, I used to often get questions from people on why they don’t see hordes of hummers congregating on feeders out east here.

    This feeder would be marvelous on the stopping points of flocks of ruby throats coming through the midwest, and PA, and NY when they drop down for some instant energy during their strenuous journey. For the summer, I’d love to try it and see if it works with more than one bird, but, I don’t hold out much hope out east here during the breeding season.
    I love the whole design of the feeder, though. Slim and clean design.

    • Dawn Coutu August 31, 2015 at 7:30 am

      Thank you, Patricia. It’s definitely a great feeder to have around during migration season and migration should start anytime now. I think this feeder would be worth a try for you, since the ports are designed to downplay hummingbirds’ territorial tendencies, so they’ll be less likely to fight when using this feeder. You can read more about it on our website, too. Please let us know if you have any questions. -Dawn