Tui Nectar Feeder

(3.5 out of 11 reviews)

Tui are a popular bird to attract in many Kiwi backyards. The Tui Nectar Feeder is a specialist feeder for nectar feeding birds like tui, bellbirds and waxeyes.

Nectar feeding birds love sugar water, especially when nectar flowering trees are out of season.

Benefits

  • This feeder has a patented Bee Guard which prevents bees and wasps from reaching the nectar.
  • It is easy to clean and fill.
  • Suitable for all nectar feeding birds.

Directions for use

  • Dissolve 200g of white sugar into 1 litre of warm water.
  • Once cool, pour sugar water into the Tui Nectar Feeder.
  • If possible, place in or near a nectar flowering tree.

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Tui Nectar Feeder reviews

(11 reviews)

    Works way better than I expected. The tuis love it. Other birds aren't interested at all. Great product

    Kate

    Love this almost as much as the birds in our yard. Easy to use and holds a decent amount of nectar which is great. Needs a better hook but we have solved that.

    Laura Wilson

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