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Oriole Feeders | Attract Orioles to your Backyard with Suet, Saucer, Tube Feeders

Orioles are seen throughout most regions of the United States during their migration and breeding season.

Oriole feeders come in a variety of choices: saucer (mostly nectar), combination (fruit & jelly or fruit, nectar and jelly), fruit only, tube (nectar only), and suet. Saucer oriole feeders are basin feeders covered with a lid, usually containing several feed ports. With a saucer feeder, the lid lifts off or has a slide opening so the feeder can be filled and cleaned. Combination feeders offer some combination jelly cups, a skewer to hold orange halves, and, perhaps, a basin to hold oriole nectar. The jelly cups can also be used to hold mealworms, which the orioles enjoy, especially later in the summer months. There is some research that suggests orioles are more attracted to nectar and oranges immediately upon their arrival from their long migration then switch to an insect diet later on. Orioles will come to suet bird feeders; try offering oranges and other fruits. If you use oranges, a stainless steel suet feeder will last much longer; oranges have citric acid that will shorten the life of ordinary metal suet feeders. Other types of fruit feeders will work, too, such as Ancient Graffiti's attractive fruit-spear feeders.

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Fruit Spear / Ceramic Bird by Ancient Graffiti Fruit Spear Bird Staked Fruit Spear Twig Hanging by Ancient Graffiti
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Songbird Essentials Cedar Fruit & Jelly Songbird Essentials Grand Slam Oriole Feeder Songbird Essentials Fruit Feeder Hunter and Driftwood Colors
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Songbird Essentials Fruit Feeder-Hunter Green Songbird Essentials Fruit & Jelly Oriole Feeder Songbird Essentials Fruit & Jelly Feeder w/Dish- Hunter Green & Driftwood
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Songbird Essentials Fruit & Jelly Feeder w/Dish, Hunter Green Songbird Essentials Oriole Feeder Cedar Recycled Oriole Feeder w/Hanging Cable (SNOF)
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Songbird Essentials Fruit & Jelly Feeder w/Dish Songbird Essentials Oriole Feeder Cedar
Oriole Feeder w/Hanging Cable by Birds Choice Recycled Oriole Tray Feeder by Birds Choice Oriole-Fest Oriole Feeder-12 oz (NP1009)
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Oriole-Fest Oriole Feeder
Recycled Pole-Mounted Jelly Feeder by Birds Choice Recycled Pole-Mounted Jelly or Mealworm Feeder (SNMW) Woodlink Copper Color Cut Glass Oriole Feeder by Woodlink
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Woodlink Copper Color Cut Glass Oriole Feeder
Woodlink Classic Oriole Feeder Aspects Oriole Feeder Droll Yankees Fruit Feeder
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Woodlink Classic Oriole Feeder Aspects Oriole Feeder Droll Yankees Fruit Feeder
Orange Metal Fruit or Mealworm Bird Feeder by Woodlink Oriole Feeder with 2-way Mirror by Coveside Conservation Products Window Feeder with 2-way Mirror by Coveside Conservation Products
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Metal Fruit or Mealworm Bird Feeder Oriole Feeder with 2-way Mirror Window Feeder with 2-way Mirror
   
 

Here are some things to think about when purchasing an Oriole feeder:

An oriole feeder must be easy to take apart and clean. You should clean your nectar feeders with mild soap and water at least once each week and filled every 3 to 5 days, depending upon heat and use, of course. If you use bleach, the ratio is 1:10, one part bleach to ten parts water. Use a soft brush to clean the ports. Choose a feeder with bee guards and an ant moat, if the oriole feeder holds nectar. You can purchase a separate ant moat or guard if the feeder does not have a built-in ant moat. Choose an orange or red feeder since these colors are more visible to orioles. Put up more than one feeder if the male oriole becomes territorial and begins to dominate the feeders. Put one out of the line of sight of the other. Put your feeders up early, March or earlier in southern and coastal areas and in mid-April to mid-May in the northern U.S.

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