Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5 out of 5 by Penney1947 Orioles love it.
Everything Orioles love in one place. They love open feeders so they can watch for predators. The orange color and the oranges draw them then they discovered grape jelly and sugar water and they couldn't stay away. We had so many we now have 3 exactly alike.
Finally they stay away from the hummingbird feeders!!!!!
June 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pam23 Great Feeder
Orioles are here and happy. I love the fact I can put all of their favorite treats on one feeder. The feeder is well made, easy to clean, and a great price.
May 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2sierralvrs Big Orange Flying Saucer
Yes, my title is what it looks like to me...however, the male and female Bullock's Orioles saw it within in two days and seem to love it. So do the hummers even though the port to perch is a little big so they either hover or just end up sitting on the the big orange saucer itself. I mostly use it for sugar water but I also put grape jelly in two of the small cups. I have not put orange halves out as of yet but will eventually try that too. I really like that it has an ant moat since the last few years they have been a problem.
April 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
by KeithW It really worked!
I had no recollection of ever seeing a Baltimore Oriole "in the flesh" in my entire 60 year life here in the Detroit area. In conversation with a friend also interested in birding, she told me "They're around, you just can't see them. They're way up in the trees hiding and won't come down unless they have a reason." Huh.
So I decided to take a leap of faith and purchase this super humungous feeder that looks like a flying saucer but is actually an Oriole smorgasbord.
Made up the nectar with cane sugar and water, bought inexpensive grape jelly, and bought an orange. Loaded up the feeder and hung it out in the backyard.
Nobody noticed it for about a week but then the squirrels had a field day with the orange chunks. Hmm, so I bought a clear plastic squirrel baffle and that took care of that. Another couple of days goes by and no action but the orange chunks weren't carried off anymore.
As usual, when you least expect it, an Oriole magically appeared out of somewhere and was hanging on the hang hook checking things out. He took a couple of tentative fly arounds to check things out and then settled on one of the perches.
I gotta tell ya, I was stunned. Beautiful black and orange male. Have never seen anything like it before.
Took a couple sips of nectar, and then spent the next 4 or 5 minutes pecking at the orange chunk nearest him and eating the grape jelly.
Took a picture and posted it to Facebook and have attached it here. He is on the right side of the feeder and came back a couple of more times that day. This feeder really works for us!
May 12, 2014