10 DIY Hummingbird Feeders | DIY Formula

10 DIY Hummingbird Feeders

Hummingbirds are extremely majestic, which is why so many homeowners love to keep them around their yards. These little birds are quick and love to eat nectar instead of seeds. If you are looking for a quick and easy way to feed hummingbirds around your home, a DIY hummingbird feeder will do the trick. Below you will find ten easy-to-make hummingbird feeders from easy and cheap materials.

1. DIY Wooden Hummingbird Feeder

This tutorial shows us how to make a reliable and strong wooden hummingbird feeder with a few easy-to-use hand tools. This DIY hummingbird feeder is attractive and reliable and the birds will all love it. Basically, you will need just a piece of wood and really good skills.

Level of difficulty: Medium
Duration: 2 – 4 hours
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2. DIY Recycled Hummingbird Feeder

This attractive birdfeeder is quick and easy to make. This DIY hummingbird feeder uses recycled materials that are inexpensive and easy to come by. The added flower designs are so gorgeous and fun that everyone will think you spent a lot of money on it.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
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3. DIY Easy Hummingbird Feeder

This kid-friendly project is fun and simple to make. Working with your children on this project will not only help boost their confidence but it will teach them about hummingbirds and how they eat. This project requires crafters to make the bottle itself as well as the tasty nectar for the birds.

Level of difficulty: Medium
Duration: 1 hours
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4. DIY Plastic Hummingbird Feeder

This DIY hummingbird feeder can be made simply with hand tools. This feeder is very simple and requires no extensive research, knowledge or planning. The ease of this project makes it an excellent choice for adults and children alike. The plastic bowl provides an adequate base for hummingbird seeds and stooping while the bottle stores the food to keep it safe.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 30 minutes
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5. DIY Ant-Proof Hummingbird Feeder

Ants and other bugs are major culprits in stealing food from hummingbirds. This DIY hummingbird feeder secures food inside so only hummingbirds are able to reach it. This project uses materials that are typically found in any home. The flowers at the bottom are a beautiful touch to the overall design, allowing it to incorporate naturally into any outdoor space.

Level of difficulty: Hard
Duration: 2 hours
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6. DIY Cheap Hummingbird Feeder

This cheap hummingbird feeder is quick and easy to make. This project does not require any major tools – only scissors and a hole punch. Using a plastic cup and a baby bottle, you can mix your own hummingbird food, load the feeder, and hang it out to work in as little as ten minutes. This is a fast, cheap, and fun project for adults and kids.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 10 minutes
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7. DIY Glass Hummingbird Feeder

This large hummingbird feeder provides a whopping five gallons of food for nature’s beautiful creatures. This feeder allows users to store a lot of food for hummingbirds instead of having to hang out multiple feeders around the yard. This project is very lightweight and easy to complete.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 15 minutes
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8. DIY Simple Hummingbird Feeder

This quick and easy to make hummingbird feeder takes less than five minutes to craft. This project makes use of recycled plastic that works dependably at securing hummingbird nectar to feed on those beautiful sunny days. This project is excellent for adults and children.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 minutes
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9. DIY Coke Can Hummingbird Feeder

This fun DIY project uses aluminum cans and other items commonly found lying around the house. This hummingbird feeder does not require the use of any large hand tools and can be done in a very short period of time with minimal efforts. This is an exceptional project for children to learn about nature. It is also a fun and quick project for adults that want to feed their little bird friends quickly.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 10 minutes
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10. DIY Easy to Make Hummingbird Feeder

This tutorial shows how you can make a quick, easy, and inexpensive hummingbird feeder for your yard. This project shows you how you can reuse a broken hummingbird feeder or create your own simple design. Also, if you generally love birds, check out how to make these easy DIY chicken coops.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 10 minutes
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Conclusion

As you can see, DIY hummingbird feeders are excellent projects for the whole family to make. Parents are able to make these feeders as a fun project with kids to teach them a little about nature at the same time. Each of these projects is very simple to complete and will allow you to feed all the hummingbirds you see around. Which one will you try?

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