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Dr. J B’s Hummingbird Feeders

We believe this brand offers the highest quality, problem free gravity or vacuum-based hummingbird feeders on the market. Constructed of extremely durable UV-stable materials.

Dr. J B’s easy clean large capacity hummingbird feeders. All models feature a wide mouth jar/ bottle for easy filling/cleaning. Made from UV stable plastics for long life and durability. No drip. No bees. Particularly good for yards with lots of hummers!

Have you ever wished your Hummingbird Feeder could expand as more Hummers visited in August-October? Now it can! Introducing Switchable Seasonal Sizing! This system allows you to cater to your Hummer population by offering several sizes of replacement bottles, all that fit perfect on your Dr. JB's Clean Feeder - making the best Hummingbird feeder on the market even better! Features: Wide 'olive jar size' mouth for easy bottle cleaning; Easy to clean base (dishwasher safe); Doesn't leak, making it Bee and Wasp free; Allows you to cater to increased nectar consumption during migration season; No more going home at lunch just to fill your feeders.

Bat Feeding: These feeders are the perfect feeders for hummingbird daytime use and double as the best feeders for evening foraging by nectar-eating bats. Comes in 16, 32, 48, and 80 ounce capacities, ideal for the evening bats who can each consume up to two ounces of nectar each night when the removable food ports are not used. Plug the foodports into the base for daytime use and the feeder becomes insect-proof, drip-proof, and bird-proof to all species except hummingbirds.


SE6002
Dr. JB's 16 oz Complete Feeder
$19.99
  Temporarily Unavailable  

We do not stock all the parts but can easily order them for you.
SE6025
32oz complete
$22.08
Special order
SE6026
48oz complete
$22.95
Special order
SE6027
80oz complete
$25.42
Special order
SE6024
32oz jar only
$7.65
Special order
SE6023
48oz jar only
$8.08
Special order
SE6022
80oz jar only
$8.42
Special order
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