As hummingbird season approaches, all kinds of hummingbird feeders appear on the market. Most of these feeders come in plastic, which is not exactly durable. With time, the plastic feeders need replacement and disposal. Moreover, use of plastic hummingbird feeders is detrimental to the environment.
What are the available options? Parasol, a leading manufacturer of bird feeders, has come up with hummingbird feeders made of recycled glass. Amazon has a wide selection of Parasol Hummingbird Feeders. Here, have a look at a few of them.
If you like oriental designs, this feeder will work perfectly for you.
The Pagoda-shaped roof of the feeder is fashioned from recycled tin. Hummers will enjoy the shade from this roof as they grab a drink. The four feeding stations are square and have red flowers in them. Parasol uses hand-blown recycled glass for the feeding stations. Each of these stations holds 16 ounces of nectar, enough for hundreds of hungry hummers.
This product weighs only 3.5 pounds. To hang it up, insert a hook into the round hanger at the top and hang from a branch or post. Cleaning the unit is easy as the feeding stations are easy to separate.
This hummingbird feeder will add a touch of class to your garden.
Picture this feeder in your garden, swaying in the evening breeze and reflecting the colors of your garden. The beautiful unit combines an elegant decanter shaped reservoir with lovely flower blooms. The flower blooms act as the feeding stations. The decanter is 100% recycled glass. The entire unit hangs from a strong S-hook and three chains made from recycled metal.
Parasol, the makers of this feeder, got their inspiration from antique hurricane lanterns. This product as such, is a unique addition to your garden. Note that it is very easy to refill and clean, just like a regular decanter.
As the name suggests, hummingbirds will find lots of sweetness in this feeder.
Parasol hummingbird feeders are all environmentally friendly, and this feeder is no exception. It features a recycled tin roof, which gives the hummingbirds shade as they feed, and helps keeps the nectar nice and cool.
The feeding stations are fashioned from recycled glass. Each station holds 3 ounces of nectar. The cute red flowers on each station attract the birds to the nectar.
If you are looking for a small and environmentally friendly feeder, this is it.
This feeder is another of the Parasol hummingbird feeders and, available on Amazon.
Once again, 100%-recycled glass makes up the body of the four feeding stations. There are perches all around the stations, just in case a Hummer wants to rest in between feeds. Dripping is not a problem, as the actual feeding point on each port faces upwards. The entire unit is sturdy and holds the feeding stations firmly in place.
Anyone with concerns about rust can rest easy because the unit has a powder coating on the metal parts that prevent the said parts them from rusting.
Maintenance of this hummingbird feeder is stress-free as well. All you need to do is remove the feeding stations, wash them, and put them back and voila!
What comes to mind when you hear the word lunch pail? Food, of course!
Hummers take their meals very seriously and need a clean and environmentally safe place to grab a drink. The Lunchpail feeder from Parasol, made of recycled metal and glass, is friendly to the environment. The feeding stations come in easy-to-clean glass, and do not drip at all. The feeder has perches for the birds to rest in between flying and feeding.
The design of this feeder makes it ideal for several hummers to sip from at a time, even for extended periods. Its sturdy design is such that the strong metal incorporated in the unit, holds each feeding station in place.
Anyone who comes to your garden will compliment your taste in garden décor!
Environmental concerns need not be an issue when it comes to feeding hummingbirds, thanks to the wide range of Parasol Hummingbird Feeders. Parasol has shown its commitment to the environment by creating these products. It is now up to you to show a similar commitment by purchasing one.