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First Nature 32 Oz. Hummingbird Feeder

, #3055, All Plastic, Made In Usa #bub/dm

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ATTRACTIVE FEEDER: 32 ounces of nectar in this bright red hummingbird feeder attract multitudes of hummingbirds to your backyard. 10 Red feeding ports and perches are arranged in a circular manner for several birds to feed simultaneously. Made in the USA. LEAKPROOF RESERVOIR: The mouth of the reservoir tightly screws onto the base, effectively sealing the bird feeder. After filling the container and screwing it onto the base, flip it over; the feeder will not leak even while upside down. ERGONOMIC DESIGN: Reservoirs and base made of hard plastic. The wide mouth ensures effortless cleaning and filling. The 2-part base easily twists apart for an effortlessly thorough cleaning job. Hand-wash only [Not dishwasher safe] CLEAR RESERVOIR: The transparent exterior of the container allows you to monitor nectar levels so you always know when to refill. The wide mouth ensures simple filling and cleaning. SECURE HANGING: No tools are required! The hummingbird feeder is slipped onto a tree with an S-shaped hook. Hang the feeder from a height of 5 feet above the ground. enjoy watching the birdies flock. | Quality Products, Reasonable Prices & Fast Friendly Service! MENU
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FIRST NATURE 32 oz. HUMMINGBIRD FEEDER, #3055, All Plastic, MADE IN USA #bdb/dm
ATTRACTIVE FEEDER: 32 ounces of nectar in this bright red hummingbird feeder attract multitudes of hummingbirds to your backyard. 10 Red feeding ports and perches are arranged in a circular manner for several birds to feed simultaneously. Made in the USA. LEAKPROOF RESERVOIR: The mouth of the reservoir tightly screws onto the base, effectively sealing the bird feeder. After filling the container and screwing it onto the base, flip it over; the feeder will not leak even while upside down. ERGONOMIC DESIGN: Reservoirs and base made of hard plastic. The wide mouth ensures effortless cleaning and filling. The 2-part base easily twists apart for an effortlessly thorough cleaning job. Hand-wash only [Not dishwasher safe] CLEAR RESERVOIR: The transparent exterior of the container allows you to monitor nectar levels so you always know when to refill. The wide mouth ensures simple filling and cleaning. SECURE HANGING: No tools are required! The hummingbird feeder is slipped onto a tree with an S-shaped hook. Hang the feeder from a height of 5 feet above the ground. enjoy watching the birdies flock. Questions about this item? Click here to contact us! Payment Info Shipping Info Returns Policy About Us Contact Us HUMMINGBIRD INFO... Migration Most hummingbirds of the U.S. and Canada migrate southward in fall to spend winter in Mexico, the Caribbean Islands, or Central America. A few southern South American species also move north to the tropics during the southern winter. A few species are year-round residents of California and southwestern desert regions of the USA. Among these are Anna's hummingbird, a common resident from southern Arizona and inland California, and buff-bellied hummingbird , an uncommon resident in subtropical woodlands of southern Texas east through the Gulf coast to the Atlantic coast of Florida. Ruby-throated hummingbirds migrate from as far north as Ontario, Canada, in summer, returning to Mexico, South America, southern Texas, and Florida to winter. The rufous hummingbird breeds farther north than any other species of hummingbird, often breeding in large numbers in temperate western North America and wintering in increasing numbers along the coasts of subtropical Gulf of Mexico and Florida, rather than in western or central Mexico. [62] By migrating in spring as far north as the Yukon or southern Alaska , [62] the rufous hummingbird migrates more extensively and nests farther north than any other hummingbird species, and must tolerate occasional temperatures below freezing in its breeding territory. This cold hardiness enables it to survive temperatures below freezing, provided that adequate shelter and food are available. As calculated by displacement of body size, the rufous hummingbird makes perhaps the longest migratory journey of any bird in the world. At just over 3 in long, rufous birds travel 3,900-miles one-way from Alaska to Mexico in late summer, a distance equal to 78,470,000 body lengths. [62] By comparison, the 13-inch-long Arctic tern makes a one-way flight of about 11,185 miles, or 51,430,000 body lengths, just 65% of the body displacement during migration by rufous hummingbirds. [62] The northward migration of rufous hummingbirds occurs along the Pacific flyway [62] and may be time-coordinated with flower and tree leaf emergence in spring in early March, and also with availability of insects as food. [63] Arrival at breeding grounds before nectar availability from mature flowers may jeopardize breeding opportunities, a factor of phenology possibly determining future migratory patterns linked to climate change
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