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14 Amazing Hummingbird Feeders for Your Backyard

There's nothing more lovely than watching hummingbirds flutter about in your yard. Attract these tiny creatures by replacing your regular hummingbird feeder with one of these out-of-the-ordinary ones.

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Window Watching

When you lack outdoor space for feeders, it’s time to look for creative hummingbird feeder ideas… and this one is genius! Clean a window, attach the copper-curled feeder and wait for the hummingbirds to appear. Grow plants in your window for a more authentic outdoor feeling.

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Droplet Feeder

These hand-blown glass feeders look like bubbles that turned into glass. They’ll look beautiful, and when filled with the right hummingbird nectar this feeder will attract more hummingbirds to your yard. It’s one of the most eye-catching hummingbird feeder designs available.

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Mason Jar Feeder

All hipster jokes aside, Mason jars are truly multi-purpose. Drink lemonade from your jar/glass while you watch hummingbirds sip nectar from this rustic hummingbird feeder. Hummingbirds need clean eating surfaces just like us, so be sure to clean your feeder regularly.

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Ring Pop Feeder

Admit it: You’ve wondered what it would be like to hold a sweet hummingbird in your palm. With this ring feeder, you almost can! Get up close with these insanely cool little birds.

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Feed 22 At Once

Did you know a group of hummingbirds is called a charm? Seems fitting! This large hummingbird feeder is a magnet for your yard’s charm. Combine it with a hummingbird’s other favorite things, and you’ll have plenty of these little birds.

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Bouquet of Blossoms

Stake these beautiful glass buds into the ground among your favorite hummingbird-attracting plants and watch the beauties flock to it!

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Football Feeder

Nothing eases the stress of football Sunday better than looking out at hummingbirds fluttering around their football feeder in your team’s favorite colors. More fans — even avian ones — never hurt!

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The Glad Hatter

The next time you don your favorite baseball cap, imagine doing so with a hat-attached hummingbird feeder. It’s a simple way to get up close and personal with your favorite fliers. Be wary of the rufous hummingbird, however. It might be too feisty for your cap!

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Pagoda Feeder

Provide a comforting shelter for your feather friends with this tin-roof hummingbird feeder. Hummingbird nests are the cutest tiny homes.

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Pineapple Feeder

The pineapple is a symbol of hospitality, so if you’re drawn to a tropical vibe, invite the hummingbirds to your yard with this pineapple feeder. It’s easy to clean, attracts hummingbirds and is delightful to look at.

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‘Shroom for Birds

Glass feeders are plentiful in a quick internet search but this mushroom-shaped feeder is especially eye-catching. Its nature-inspired design would fit in perfectly with any garden landscaped with one of these 30 plants that hummingbirds love. Kick your landscaping up a notch with this bird bath that hummingbirds love.

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Modern Bird Chic

If you prefer a modern minimalist design for your patio or backyard, get this O-shaped feeder to match. Its simple look will be sure to please hummingbirds and your aesthetic taste.

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Ferris Wheel Feeder

Give your hummingbirds a carnival experience with this fanciful feeder. It’s like they’re hopping onto a Ferris wheel seat as they sip nectar. A fun addition to your ultimate hummingbird habitat.

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The Winter Warmer

If you’re trapped in a chilly climate, your feeder is likely to freeze and close up for winter. This amazingly simple and effective technology warms up your favorite feeder so you can see hummingbirds year round!

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