This is taking birdwatching to the next level. No, this isn't a prank. Instead of a handheld hummingbird feeder, why not wear one on a bucket hat instead? If you've been yearning to see a hummingbird up close, this is your chance. No binoculars needed. This hummingbird feeder attaches to baseball hats, bucket hats, and visors for an experience like no other.
Feeding hummingbirds is key to attracting hummingbirds. With an incredible hummingbird feeder hat, hummingbirds will be right in front of your eyes. Bird lovers, this unique gadget is perfect for birding.
The hummingbird feeder is eight inches long and two inches high, so you'll have a clear view of a hummingbird with a bucket hat or visor on. Know any ornithophiles? This is the perfect gift for them. Christmas will be here before you know it, so get your stocking stuffers ready.
There are many positive reviews. If you decide you don't want to wear the bird feeder on your hat, you can attach the little feeder to a plant. To those who are teaching their young ones about birds for the first time, this could be an experience that will leave your child smiling from cheek to cheek. I think many people who enjoy sitting on their porch would love this hummingbird hat feeder as well. Click add to cart for the best birthday gift or gag gift for the nature lover on your list.
If you have a nature-loving family member that has a beautiful garden that's always attracting hummingbirds, grab a hummer hat for them so they can see these beautiful birds up close. Now that's some motivation to keep up with their garden. Who wouldn't love a hummingbird hanging around them? They're so cute!
Use this as a chance to capture some incredible real-life up-close view photos of these adorable creatures. If you haven't seen any little hummingbirds in your area, it's time to get that garden started. There are a few plants you can start with that attract hummingbirds. Once they get familiar with where they can find flowers and food, surely they'll find your hummingbird hat feeder as a nice place to stop along the way.
This post was originally published on September 3, 2019.