These finely crafted stoneware feeders might be made in New York—but they have the wellbeing of the tropical-centric hummingbirds in mind. Aesthetically, they have us humans singing, too. Designer J. Schatz considered modern aesthetics down to the bright colorways. He also considered the Audubon Society’s recommendations for using several small feeders instead of one large one. Fill until completely full in order to form the necessary vacuum to ensure proper flow. Mix 1 1/2 cups of nectar by dissolving 1 part ordinary white cane sugar in 4 parts tap water. Never use honey, which can promote harmful bacteria growth, or artificial sweeteners. Always hang in the shade to prevent fermentation, and change nectar weekly. Can be suspended by the enclosed vinyl-coated hanging wire. Single fill hole secured by a rubber stopper. Holds 1-1/2 cups of nectar.