Tui Nectar Feeder

(3.5 out of 12 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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(12 reviews)

    Love it! It took about 10 days for the Tui to be brave enough to drink from it but now they love it. We had it quite far out on the limb of a beech tree but then moved it to a more stable and protected branch and the birds soon got the hang of it. The bell birds are interested but don't get a chance with the tui taking ownership! Wonderful hearing the bird song outside our window.

    Anna

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

    Kate

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