Tui Nectar Feeder

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(3.5 out of 10 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.

Check out an exciting video of this feeder in action on our Facebook page 

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

(10 reviews)

    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

    I have 3 going in my garden and they last for years and bring bellbirds as well. Such a fantastic way to live, waking each morning to natives singing for their supper!

    Simon Russell

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