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Giveaway Time – Hummingbird Feeder!

Now is the time of year to be getting out hummingbird feeders, refreshing nectar, and planting more nectar-rich blooms, so what better giveaway to do than a brand new hummingbird feeder from Love My Birds?

Giveaway Time!

The Feeder to Win

This giveaway prize is a beauty, a full-size, Hum Sweet Hum in cheery fuchsia pink. The feeder is a large capacity saucer-style design, fully manufactured in the U.S.A. and made from durable, UV-stable polycarbonate to provide many years of beautiful use. More than 50 pyramidal-shaped feeding ports give hummingbirds exceptional access to the nectar of your choice, and you can even mix homemade nectar directly in the sturdy dish feeder. Meanwhile, the incorporated ant moat will keep unwelcome insects at bay and help keep the feeder clean. When you do need to clean this feeder, it is simple to do, and it is even dishwasher safe for the ultimate in cleaning ease.

Hum Sweet Hum - Fuchsia
Hum Sweet Hum – Fuchsia

Enter the Giveaway!

Would your hummingbirds enjoy this amazing feeder? I’m betting the answer is a resounding yes, and it’s easy to enter the giveaway. Simply answer the following question in the comments below…

How many hummingbirds have you seen in your yard at once?

One winner will be randomly chosen from all valid entries. You must include a valid email address with your comment in order to be contacted if you win, and the contest is only open to participants in the United States. The feeder will ship directly from Be Your Own Birder; check the Giveaway Guidelines for further details and entry information. By entering, all participants agree to those guidelines. Entries will close on May 27, 2020, and the winner will be randomly selected at that time. Good luck, and happy birding!

The entry period has ended and comments are now closed.

Congratulations to Steve for winning
the Hum Sweet Hum feeder!

12 thoughts on “Giveaway Time – Hummingbird Feeder!

  1. Rosa Hatfield

    Where I live now, the most I have seen is 6 or 8. So far this year one has stopped by, drank and left. They should be here soon.

    When I lived at Tilmon, TX. I had more than 100. I had 11 feeders to fill daily. Seven feeders hung in a row on my porch. I sat out there surrounded by hummers and fed some by hand.

  2. Marie

    In my own yard, 5 but that was a really rare occurrence and they were mostly busy trying to chase each other away!

  3. Elizabeth Jensen

    Five to Seven. Mostly in the Fall. Their Spring migration route usually takes them into the Rockies which are on West Side of Colorado Springs, so I’m lucky to get one or two in the Spring time. Fall is when I see most of them at my feeders and my Butterfly Bush.

  4. Alesia Hansen

    I have seen one so far this year & he’s in a specific location in the swamp/marsh area here.

  5. JB Maberry

    I have at least 5 the visit daily, and even have a Costa’s nest with 2 little ones in tree out in the front yard

  6. Karen von Bargen

    Up to 18 at once, Anna’s, Black chinned, Rufous, Allen’s, and a stray calliope. It takes a partner to count that many birds!

  7. Steven Liffmann

    I’ve seen 3 Ruby-throated Hummingbirds at once at my home in Salem NH. They are territorial so they don’t share well together.

    Love that feeder, hope I win.

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