9 Unique Oriole Feeders Your Birds Will Love
Add a fruit-filled oriole feeder to your backyard. Offer a feast for Baltimore orioles, other orioles and fruit loving birds like catbirds and tanagers.
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Cottage Oriole Feeder
Apple Kebob Feeder
Look beyond oranges—try putting out apples, grapefruit or even chunks of melon on this kabob feeder to attract a variety of feathered visitors. $40 at Duncraft.com.
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Clementine Oriole Feeder
Provide two feeding opportunities at once with this feeder that holds orange halves and jelly (or nectar or mealworms, if you prefer). It even looks like an orange slice! $13 at Amazon.com.
Copper Vine Double Orange Feeder
This spiral-shaped copper wire orange holder will attract the birds and look attractive in your yard. $42 at Etsy.com.
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Flower Jelly Feeder
This beautiful oriole feeder looks like a big blooming flower. Just spoon some jelly into the glass bowl and watch the orioles flock to the feast. $20 at Gardeners.com.
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Copper Umbrella Oriole Feeder
You’ll feel like Mary Poppins feeding the birds with this adorable umbrella shaped feeder. Fill it with jelly, mealworms, suet nuggets or other treats, and hook orange halves in the spiral hooks. The dome provides shade and protection to keep food fresher. $60 at Duncraft.com.
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Perky-Pet Top-Fill Glass Oriole Feeder
Hummingbirds aren’t the only birds that like to drink sugar-water. This feeder is designed just for orioles, with larger perches and orange accents to catch their eye. As a bonus, it also includes a jelly cup and an orange spike. And it’s easy to fill and clean. $23 at Chewy.com.
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