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Ultimate Oriole Feeder

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Original price $29.95
Original price $29.95 - Original price $29.95
Original price $29.95
Current price $24.84
$24.84 - $24.84
Current price $24.84

The ultimate Oriole feeder will satisfy the hungriest of orioles with an abundance of orange halves, jelly, and plenty of nectar! When Orioles arrive, they are starving and quickly consume what's on other feeders. When the feeders are empty, they move elsewhere looking for more to eat. This won't happen to you with the new Songbird Essentials Ultimate Oriole Feeder.

Feed nectar, jelly and oranges all at the same time.

Built in ant moat keeps ants out of the Oriole's treats.

Holds 4 halves of real oranges in such a way that ant moat can still be filled with water and be effective.

Holds 1 quart of nectar which is twice as much as other flat top nectar feeders.

Holds 4 times the jelly as other nectar and jelly combo feeders.

Easy to fill and clean - dishwasher safe.

12.00 (D) x 12.00 (W) x 2.50 (H) inches

Customer Reviews

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Terri McNamara
Ultimate Oriole Feeder

Love it! I put the feeder out the first week of May. On May 9th I had 3 orioles feeding on it. The cardinals also like the grape jelly and hummingbirds have stopped by. Bonus!!

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Jeanne Telfer
Oriole feeder

The Orioles really enjoy perching on this feeder and eating the jelly. We are very happy with our purchase.

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Nancy Linz
Love my new Oriole Feeder!

Service was very fast. Product well packaged. A great feeder for Orioles!!! I would highly recommend it.

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Barbara Williams
The best

This one’s the best because it holds fruit, jelly, nectar AND, since ants can’t get to ours, we use the ant moat for dried mealworms.

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Eileen Ingala
delivery of feeder very timely

i had ordered an oriole feeder from another supplier on june 18th and it still has not been delivered so i ordered one from you which arrived in a short time. it is easy to clean but unfortunately it was not visited by any birds. i will try again next spring at an earlier time. i have to say we have a lot of wildflowers (natural and planted by us) which probably is attracting the orioles.