Oriole Feeder Collection
With their fiery orange plumage and distinctive eating habits, orioles are a favorite species of many birdwatchers. An oriole feeder usually contains sugar water, but orioles also enjoy munching on oranges and jelly. For this reason, we offer a number of oriole feeder models with spikes for placing fruit.
An oriole feeder often comes in the form of a hopper feeder, but platform feeders with stations for fruit, jelly and sugar water are also available. An oriole feeder is sometimes featured in an orange hue, which tends to attract these bright-orange birds. Every oriole feeder, like all products we sell, is covered by a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can rest assured that you'll get the product that fits your needs.
Love this feeder! I have orioles galore along with various other birds who seemed to have developed a "sweet beak" constantly at the feeder. The jelly compartments are large and hold more jelly than other feeders I've had. Contemplating buying another one!
Very happy with my purchase. Easy to fill the jelly trays versa the older style I had.
The first one I ordered leaked, I called and told you and I immediately got a replacement that works just fine. Thanks for being so prompt.
Good quality. Easy to fill. Can easily fill with different feed. And the birds love it!
Beautiful to look at but very difficult to clean.
I love these feeders. They hold up very well and are easy to fill. I've bought the feeders for myself and now I give them as gifts. I like the fact that they are clear so you can easily see when they need to be refilled the birds love them and so do we.
Excellent product, well made. Fair price, fast delivery but shipping was to expensive.
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