How can I get my hummingbird feeders to work?

How can I get my hummingbird feeders to work?

17 February, 2010 (04:25) | hummingbird feeders | By: admin


I have several hummingbird feeders that give access via a red rubber plug at the end of slightly bent glass tube. The tube fills about 50% with nector and then there is a big air bubble. After the birds drink the nector in the tube, the bubble prevents more nector from flowing down. How do I overcome this?

If they are all like this could it be a design defect where they simply don’t work?

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Comments

Comment from tomcat
Time February 17, 2010 at 9:56 am

If they are all like this could it be a design defect where they simply don’t work?
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Comment from Mark grimes
Time June 27, 2015 at 12:40 pm

Can’t get the nectar to come out the ends.

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