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Hummingbird Feeder Tubes For Making Your Own Feeders (Pkg of 12)

hummingbird nectar, 32-ounce concentrateIt’s easy to make your own hummingbird feeder with these inexpensive, foolproof feeder tubes.

Use any type bottle, jar or other container for liquid. All you need is an opening into which you push the rubber stopper on the feeder tube. The stopper is tapered and measures 1″ at the top and 5/8″ at the bottom. The curved plastic tube has a red tip to attract hummingbirds.

Potters will find these feeder tubes perfect for completing a handmade feeder. For the crafts-minded person, plastic pop bottles make excellent containers.

You can also use glass jars with lids. Just drill a hole in the lid and insert the feeder.

Important: make sure that the rubber stopper fits tightly into your container to prevent leakage at the tip.

You get a total of 12 feeder inserts in this offer, each one consisting of a transparent feeder tube, a red cap with feeding hole and a rubber stopper. They are assembled and ready to use.

Product Features

  • Converts almost any container into a hummingbird feeder
  • Red tip is attractive to hummingbirds
  • Rubber stopper is tapered for a tight fit
  • Simple design makes this an easy craft project
  • Terrific and easy project for scout groups, schools, church groups, etc.

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3 Comments

  1. Athena says:

    Constantly leaked to the extentent that solution poured out! Returning I used this for a glass feeder in which the other tube had broken as well as my own homemade feeder. Both leaked horribly. The tube will fill up with solution and then the slightest movement (wind) will cause all the solution in the tube to come pouring out. There is no ball bearing inside to keep the solution from pouring out. I am returning these. Don’t waste your money!

  2. Terry A. Reynolds says:

    Hummingbird Feeder Tubing I had broken the old feeding tube while washing and finally found this as a replacement. Initially concerned that the red cap opening was to big. I put it to the test and hummingbirds seemed to think it worked fine. Really didn’t need twelve but will make other feeders come spring !!

  3. Patti says:

    Great for small feeders! These are great feeder tubes for making your own hummingbird feeders! These are the type of feeder tubes that should be used in smaller types of hummingbird feeders. I use old glass pop bottles which are a good size for these. They are a perfect fit & don’t leak as long as you have the cork in tight and don’t have them in too large of a bottle (which causes too much pressure thus making any feeder tube leak). My hummingbird visitors LOVE these.

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