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Help with Bird ID

This is a discussion on Help with Bird ID within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Ha ha, Orchidlady beat me to it! OK, then I third the vote....

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    Ha ha, Orchidlady beat me to it! OK, then I third the vote.

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    Looks like most of us are in agreement then. I've never seen an Oriole go for the nectar rather than seeds, but I defer to the Sibley's Guide. They've never failed me yet.



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    Orioles like jelly, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglssong View Post
    Looks like most of us are in agreement then. I've never seen an Oriole go for the nectar rather than seeds, but I defer to the Sibley's Guide. They've never failed me yet.


    There are special oriole feeders you can buy to hold nectar, just like hummingbird feeders. There are also feeders that will hold 2 halves of an orange. Orioles will eat suet too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ang709 View Post
    There are special oriole feeders you can buy to hold nectar, just like hummingbird feeders. There are also feeders that will hold 2 halves of an orange. Orioles will eat suet too.
    You guys are awesome. Thanks to all. And a special thanks to Angie for the tip about the feeder! I knew I could find the answer on this forum.

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