This feeder was made using copper wire, blue/copper glass beads for accent and using a recycled glass to hold the bird food of your choosing.
Feeder should be cleaned at least twice a week and more often in hot weather. If you have a lot of activity at your feeder, you will probably need to fill daily.
Sugar water recipe for Hummingbirds:
4 parts water
1 part white granulated sugar
Bring water to a boil, remove from heat, add sugar and stir until dissolved. Cool completely before adding to feeder. Store sugar water in the refrigerator for up to a week.
Sugar water recipe for orioles:
6 parts water
1 part sugar
Same directions as above.
Use well water, untreated tap water, bottled spring water or clean rain water to make the sugar water solution. Never add dyes or food coloring.
Place your feeder at eye level in a tree or on a sheppard's hook for best results (hook not included). Having the feeder near blooming flowers will attract them even faster. Once hummingbirds have found your feeder, the same birds will return year after year.