This Hummingbird Feeder Looks Just Like a Ferris Wheel!

Attract more hummingbirds to visit your yard with this whimsical sugar water feeder.

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Ferris wheel hummingbird feederVia Uncommon Goods

Hummingbirds are a joy to watch. Some of the best ways to attract hummingbirds are to plant red flowers, offer sugar water feeders, and hang hummingbird swings where they can perch. I’m always looking for more ways to draw these tiny birds to my yard!

That’s why this adorable feeder caught my eye! The whimsical red ferris wheel shaped hummingbird feeder from Uncommon Goods will make you feel like a carnival has set up in your yard. Just make your favorite fair foods, and set up a picnic by the window to watch the show.

The feeder has three painted glass bottles, designed like “seats”, to serve multiple hummingbirds. Each seat includes a perch for the hummingbird to rest on. Note that the wheel does not spin, so there’s no risk to the birds. The bottles lift out of the metal frame for easy cleaning. Here’s how to clean hummingbird feeders.

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Lori Vanover
Lori has 20 years of experience writing and editing home, garden, birding and lifestyle content for several publishers. As Birds & Blooms senior digital editor, she leads a team of writers and editors sharing birding tips and expert gardening advice. Since joining Trusted Media Brands 13 years ago, she has held roles in digital and print, editing magazines and books, curating special interest publications, managing social media accounts, creating digital content and newsletters, and working with the Field Editors—Birds & Blooms network of more than 50 backyard birders. Passionate about animals and nature, Lori has a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural and Environmental Communications from the University of Illinois. In 2023, she became certified as a Wisconsin Extension Master Gardener, and she is a member of the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology and sits on the organization's Publications Advisory Committee. She frequently checks on her bird feeders while working from home and tests new varieties of perennials, herbs and vegetable plants in her ever-growing backyard gardens.