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Glass Hummingbird Feeder

Glass Hummingbird Feeder
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It’s the time of year when hummingbirds return from Mexico and Central America. Attract them to your backyard with Bobby Bell’s glass hummingbird feeder. He uses Pyrex, which is durable and can be placed in boiling water for easy cleaning. His more complex feeders ($39-$84) feature perches, ant traps, and mini-birdbaths all built in. He’s learned that a feeder’s shape doesn’t really matter to the hummers — they just like the color red and the promise of nectar. Made in North Conway, New Hampshire. 603-494-3445; bobbybell.net

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