The First Nature 16 oz. feeder is, hands down, our top pick for the best hummingbird feeder. It's a high-quality, incredibly well-reviewed product with an eye-catching red base, 10 feeding ports, and a perch that allows for easy viewing.
It's pink! 😍 But if you need another reason to splurge on this fun glass feeder, just take a look at the wide-mouth top. Filling and refilling it will be a cinch.
Talk about rustic charm: This vintage bottle hummingbird feeder allows for five simultaneous feedings, holds up to 25 ounces of nectar, and also features one of those helpful wide mouths.
The "HighView" perch on this 12-ounce feeder allows birds to rest as they feed, which allows new and experienced watchers alike the chance to get a decent view of the action.
While hummingbirds will love this mini feeder, and bees will not. (Experienced watchers know that's a very good thing.)
This striking blue feeder is reminiscent of vintage mason jars. The white-and-yellow flowers at the base are actually feeding ports. This feeder holds a generous 32 ounces of nectar.
Although this feeder has a simple design, it is multi-functional. After hummingbird season ends, pop off the lid and fill it with bird seed to attract songbirds all winter long.
It's a little smaller than the other sizes, sure, but you'll love how simple it is to get a good, up-close look at your hummingbird visitors.
No one likes to eat in the rain! This feeder ensures that hummingbirds can get their nectar fix without getting soaked by an April shower.
Another glass option with hundreds of glowing reviews, this extra-large feeder offers more food for the birds and more viewing time for you with a 32-ounce nectar reservoir.