Copper Hummingbird Carousel Feeder

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Large capacity eight station hummingbird feeder!

Mimics the tube shaped flowers hummingbirds feed on in nature!

The Copper Hummingbird Carousel is an eight station hummingbird feeder for those who feed large numbers of hungry hummers. This gorgeous feeder is decorated with verdigris copper ivy leaves around its circular copper frame. If you feed many hummingbirds, you will enjoy this beautiful yet functional feeder. It's easy to fill and easy to keep the feeder tubes clean. Constructed of solid heavy gauge copper with double walled feeding tubes. All feeding stations have a red cap bee guard to attract the birds and to keep bees out. For an even greater effect hang from one of our decorative Copper Ivy Hangers! When the hummers head south tilt the tubes up and use them as bud vases. This perfect gift will impress that birder that's hard to buy for.

Proudly handcrafted in the USA by skilled artisans!

Custom made to order - Being handmade, these hangers take longer to create than machine made, mass produced items. The handmade aspect of our hangers is what adds value, uniqueness, beauty and durability to every work of art.  

Dimensions: 14" x 6.75" x 14" (approx.)

Made in the USA     

Copper Hummingbird Carousel Feeder


Our feeders are very easy to refill and clean. The tubes slide out of the copper tendrils, then you pull off the red cap, fill the tube to the top with nectar, re-cap the tube and slide it back in the tendril. It's that simple!


The health of hummingbirds depends on the feeder’s filler… YOU!!! Always keep your feeders clean. Our tube system makes it easy. Just a quick rinse in hot water before refilling the tubes is all that is needed, because the birds go through the nectar before it has a chance to go bad.  We offer a Cleaning Brush (HHBRSH) and handy Vial Holder (VHDR) to make it easy to handle, the tubes for cleaning, re-fill and storage in the refrigerator.


Our customers say their hummingbirds always go through the food in our feeders before they even start feeding on other feeders in the yard. The reasons are simple:

1. The nectar is always fresher.

2. Our red caps and red marbles attract them like crazy, so there’s no need for the red dyes that commercial nectar makers use, which is unhealthy for the birds.

3. The tube feeder system closely mimics the tube shaped flowers  that hummingbirds feed on in Nature.


Our feeders don’t drip. Because of the horizontal position of our tubes when they’re in use, there isn’t the downward pressure of the weight of the nectar that makes other feeders drip. The small hole in our red caps also creates surface tension that keeps our feeders from dripping.


1.  Get extra tubes and keep full ones in the fridge to have always ready to go when you need to replace empties outside.

2.  When hummingbirds have gone, tilt the tubes up on the feeders and use them as a lovely bud vase.

Hummingbird Feeder Parts & Accessories

Hummingbird Feeder Parts & Accessories

Available at checkout

* Glass Replacement Tube with Red Cap (3 or 6/Pak) - Double wall thickness tube

* Sturdy Brush For Cleaning Tubes (#HHBRSH)

* Perches - Slides on back of tube giving hummers a place to sit (3/Pak)

* Copper "S" Hook - 4" "S" hook for connecting/hanging copper feeders (2/Pak)

* Handy Vial Caddy - Holds 6 vials for cleaning, storing in fridge and carrying to feeders (#HHVHDR)

Handy Vial Caddy

The handy six-vial tube caddy is like an extra hand. With the tube caddy, you can quickly and easily exchange empty tubes for full ones when your feeder tubes are empty on the outside.

Simply store the Handy Dandy Tube Caddy with full tubes in the refrigerator. When you find that your hummingbird feeder tubes outside are empty, it's a simple matter of carrying the full ones in the tube holder from the refrigerator to the feeder.