Bob's Hummingbird Feeder® is one of the more recent additions to our products, but it’s already revolutionizing the way people feed hummingbirds.
HISTORY OF Bob's Hummingbird Feeder
This unique feeder was invented by a father and son team, Greg and Steven, who were faced with a problem many hummingbird lovers experience: too much competition at feeders. Greg started to notice that there were always hummingbirds waiting to take their turn at his many feeders, no matter how many feeders he added to his yard. It became too difficult to keep up with the demand of cleaning and filling the many feeders, so Greg knew he needed to come up with a solution.
Greg and his son, Steven, began developing a single feeder that could feed all of the hummingbird visitors at once to prevent competition and simplify maintenance. After some trial and error, Bob's Hummingbird Feeder was born.
After a lot of interest from friends and neighbors, as well as many happy hummingbirds, Greg decided to obtain a patent and find a partner to bring his feeder to the market. Finally, after all of their hard work, Bob's Hummingbird Feeder® officially debuted and it’s been wowing hummingbird lovers ever since.
A Revolutionary Feeding System
With its welcoming banquet for up to 22 hummingbirds at a time, the expertly designed Hummerbar minimizes resource guarding and diffuses the natural territorial instincts of hummingbirds. The feeding ports are positioned for optimal nectar access and are equally and adequately spaced apart to allow for side-by-side feeding. Let the bird watching begin.
Easy to Hang & Fill
Using the two, included, adjustable cords, the Hummerbar hangs easily from a convenient location like two shepard's hooks, trellis, or from the eaves of a house in front of a viewing window. Make sure the Hummerbar is level, then fill it half-way with Perky-Pet hummingbird nectar, using the small funnel provided. When finished, simply insert the rubber stopper back into the hole on the top of the feeder, and wait for hungry hummingbirds to arrive.
The 2-foot Hummerbar works best when filled halfway, with up to 2 cups (16 ounces) of nectar. As the nectar level drops to the bottom, hummingbirds can still reach it using their long bills and tongues, just like they reach deep into flowers to find nectar.
The unique petal-shaped feeding hole can effectively prevent bees and ants.
The detachable design on both sides makes cleaning very easy.