Ferris Wheel Hummingbird Feeder

Ferris Wheel Hummingbird Feeder

This cleverly designed Ferris Wheels is actually a hummingbird feeder. Three recycled cobalt glass feeding stations, each featuring a perch, allow multiple hummingbirds to feed at once. And three hand blown red glass flower feeding tubes mimic trumpetvine - a hummingbird favorite! Includes hanging hook. Recycled glass. Note: for the safety of the hummingbird, the Ferris Wheel does not spin

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