How to Attract Hummingbirds
Hummingbirds are found in most habitats across North America, including backyards. Offering nectar feeders and nectar-producing plants will help you maximize the number of hummingbirds that visit your yard. In Wenatchee, you may encounter up to four different species - Anna's, Rufous, Calliope and Black-Chinned.
We recommend using the Wild Birds Unlimited Hummingbird Feeder to attract the most hummingbirds to your yard. Designed to appeal to hummingbirds, this feeder allows them to hover or perch while feeding. It does not leak. Bees can’t access the nectar solution, and the built-in ant moat deters ants. The feeder is easy to clean, and the nectar solution recipe is printed under the lid. Lifetime guarantee.
Based on our standard feeder, the Wild Birds Unlimited Decorative Window Hummingbird Feeder brings the birds in for closer views. Watch their tongues lap up the food, darting in and out of the nectar solution up to 12 times per second. It is the only window hummingbird feeder that contains an ant moat. Lifetime guarantee.
We also offer assorted decorative glass hummingbird feeders that are beautiful for you and functional for the birds.
Offer our Wild Birds Unlimited Nectar, Happy Hummers ready-to-use nectar, or mix up your own water and sugar (4:1 ratio). Clean nectar feeders every two to four days; then fill with fresh nectar solution.
Use the Wild Birds Unlimited Nectar Port Brush to keep your feeder clean and presentable for hummingbirds.
Keep ants out of non-WBU nectar feeders with the Trap-It Ant Moat.
In colder winter months, add a Hummer Hearth feeder heater to keep your nectar from freezing and provide a steady source of food to those overwintering Anna's.