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"It's true, the feeder does not drip in the wind.  No more messy sugar spots on my deck that attracted ants. I"m buying more for gifts."
Kathereen Block      Thornton, Colorado

" I Have had my feeders for 7 years and they still look great!  The artwork has not fadded in the south facing sun where I hang them. "  Tim Norwalk   Aspen, Co6  Tim

 

 "I have had a lot of feeders in the past but no humming birds until I bought this feeder.  Previously I owned a variety of clear glass feeders I bought at Home Depot. They always grew mildew and got crusty with sugar in the bottlom.  It was a nightmare to clean.  I know the directions said to change the nectar every 4 days to keep it fresh but I never found the time.  Serving rancid nectar would explain why I never had hummers.  

   When I got this feeder, I could go weeks without changing the nectar and I still got hummers .  It is so easy to clean because it has not grown mildew." 

Lawrence Snow     Austin, Texas

"I am so happy I bought this.  I finally have an abundance of humming birds at my feeder.   I appreciate the card that came with it that had the nectar recipie.  It also told me how to stop the wasps from invading the feeder.  Thank you Laura for putting your artwork on this wonderful feeder."  Sarah Roberts    Cheyenne, Wy.

" This is the best feeder I have ever owned.  It is so easy to clean, just rinse and refill, no scrubbing crusty stuff out.  The art work is georgous.  Everyone comments on my beautiful feeder."

Naomi Henderson    Truckee CA.

"I have always been concerned about red plastic on feeders poisioning the little hummers with  harmful chemicales.  This feeder has a food safe plastic base and no harmful red dyes.   This is much safer for

    the  humming birds I love.   I approve. " 

           Ruby Chapman    Railey  NC

            " Thank you for finding a

      chain that stands up to high winds. 

Indeed we had a storm that blew the lawn furniture from the deck but our feeders was still intack.   I like how I can adjust its height to keep the feeder out of reach of the racoons too.

          Mike Preston  Conifer,  CO