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9 Gorgeous Glass Bird Feeders for Your Yard

These delightful feeders add artistic flair to your backyard. Discover feeders made from glass bottles, blown glass bird feeders and more.

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Perky-Pet Best Glass Hummingbird Feeder

Birding experts Kenn and Kimberly Kaufman said they like the 30-ounce capacity size of this glass bird feeder, which makes it stable and less likely to tip and spill. Birds & Blooms field editor Pat Northington also tested this hummingbird feeder. “I was impressed with the weightiness of the feeder because of the high winds we sometimes experience. Smaller, lighter feeders twist and turn in the wind and spill the liquid,” Pat says.

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Vintage Songbird Feeder

Add a vintage touch to your backyard landscape with this unique feeder. It holds 1 ½ pounds of seed and features drainage holes to prevent seed from spoiling. Other than glass bird feeders, these are the 10 types of feeders you need in your yard.

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Hanging Bowl Feeder

This sweet little feeder won’t take up much space, but it’s a great choice for smaller birds. It’ll easily serve favorites like mealworms, jelly or peanuts. Since it arrives in a gift box, it’s also a great gift for the birdwatcher in your family.

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Glass Bird Café Feeder

Both a feeder and an art piece, this “bird café” from Uncommon Goods will brighten your backyard. Handmade from hand-blown glass and accented by a rainbow of colors, the feeder’s craftsmanship impresses reviewers.

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Mosaic Glass Bird Feeder

This eye-catching feeder serves as both a decoration and a place for your favorite feathered friends to feed. Reviewers think the 3 ½-inch opening is the perfect size for their birds to fly through. Note that the manufacturer recommends taking the feeder down during harsh weather to ensure longevity.

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Antique Hummingbird Glass Bird Feeder

Hummingbirds and birders alike will adore this creative feeder. Handmade from a glass bottle and vinyl wraparound art, it’s sure to draw tons of flying jewels to your yard. The artist offers a handful of different flower designs for their glass bird feeders.

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Colorful Glass Hummingbird Feeder

Stand out from the crowd of red saucer hummingbird feeders with this unique glass bird feeder. Constructed from blown glass, reviewers say the photos don’t do its beauty justice. Buyers may choose from two colors.

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Daisy Hanging Bird Feeder

This small glass feeder is simple stunning! Choose from aqua, lime green or clear glass. The bowl is removable for filling and cleaning. Birds can perch on the petals while waiting their turn to eat.

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Glass Seed Feeder

This small seed feeder is the perfect size for your beautiful backyard songbirds, including finches and chickadees. The roof lifts off for easy cleaning.

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Emily Hannemann
Emily Hannemann is an associate digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in magazine writing from the University of Missouri - Columbia. When she’s not writing and editing, you’ll find her swimming, running, or hiking. She knows blue jays are controversial, but she loves them anyway.