Perky-Pet Red Nectar Concentrate Hummingbird Food, 32-oz bottle

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Rated 3.25 out of 5 stars
$9.47Chewy Price
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$12.99Chewy Price
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  • Formulated with 100% sucrose, this hummingbird nectar can be a vital source of energy for hummingbird
  • The 32-ounce bottle of concentrate can make up to 128 ounces of red nectar, keeping the birds buzzing for some time to come, without taking up valuable storage space at your home
  • Sucrose delivers the highest amount of energy to these acrobatic flyers
  • Easy to use, no boiling required. Simply mix with water
  • Developed to attract hummingbirds

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Top IngredientsWater, Sucrose, FD&C#40...Water, Sucrose, Sodium Benzonate (Perservative)...Water, Sucrose, Potassium Sorbate (a preservative)...Sucrose, Mineral Water, FD&C#40 Red Color...Water, Sucrose, Sodium Benzonate (Perservative)...
Bird TypeWild Bird, HummingbirdWild Bird, HummingbirdWild Bird, HummingbirdWild BirdWild Bird, Hummingbird
Food FormLiquidLiquidLiquidLiquidLiquid

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20 Customer Reviews



Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Catherine on Sep 9, 2023

Red dye harmful to hummingbirds

Red dye is harmful to hummingbirds. Only use clear. Kaytee brand.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By rosie on Apr 6, 2023

HUMMINGBIRD HEAVEN

THIS IS A GREAT PRODUCT AND BY USING THE CONCENTRATE PERKY PET IT GOES SO MUCH FARTHER.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Michael on Feb 25, 2022

good stuff

hummingbirds go nuts over this stuff, no mixing makes so much easier and can't beat the price


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By cheeks on Mar 28, 2021

Perky pet red nectar Hummingbird food / Birds will not touch it.

I filled my Hummingbird feeder with Perky Pet to try instead of my own mix. Sat for a week and did not see one Hummingbird. I Refilled Feeder with my own Sugar mix and in less than two days their are lots of Hummingbirds and feeder is half empty. Sorry but product does not work for some reason. Cheeks


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By LisaC on May 6, 2020

Poison to Birds

If I could give this zero stars, I would. This product is harmful to hummingbirds. They should never consume artificial dye. And there is no reason the nectar should be red. Please save your birds and your money, and make your own food with one part sugar to three parts water.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Milo on Feb 23, 2019

Red eye will lethal for Hummingbirds

I follow a hummingbird site on FB. They strongly suggest NOT to use dye. Lethal for hummingbirds. Four part water to 1 part sugar. Love Chewy product's for my dogs. Sorry chewy.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jenna on Feb 9, 2019

No red dye needed

The hummingbirds don't actually like the red dye. It's simple to make a hummingbird food they will devour one part sugar, three parts boiling water.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Bertie on Oct 31, 2018

PETROLEUM BASED

This nectar is poison to hummingbirds. Its just like you giving your child or grandchild a cup of antifreeze in an 8oz glass of water. These companies know dyes are bad for the tiny birds that weigh less than a nickel, but it's still being sold for profit. Theres nothing healthy about these store bought "nectars". The hummingbirds have kidneys the size of a pea. They cannot metabolize the junk in the store bought nectar, especially the petroleum based coloring.... which in turn cause kidney damage, then failure, then a slow painful death!! Flower nectar is sugar and water. Flower nectar it s not red. Not all the flowers hummingbirds get nectar from are red. Save your money and buy pure cane sugar. It's the healthy way to feed them and it saves you money! #helpsaveourhummingbirds #noreddyes


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Archie on Sep 10, 2018

Much to strong

When I first got this I used it and noticed that the hummers found it but the did not want it. I checked it out and every one on the internet said use 1 part sugar and 3 parts boiling water and no red dye. I tried this and they love it. This nectar is 40% sugar.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Talbert on Aug 22, 2018

Hummer Summer

Nectar is from concentrate but very easy to mix. One part Nectar to 3 parts cold water. Since the Nectar has to be changed every 3 days in the summer, using the concentrated version makes it cost effective....and the Charms love it!