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More Birds 61 Classic Brands Oriole Vintage Feeder, 20-Ounce, Burnt Penny
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- Vintage Glass Bottle
- Wide mouth design offers easy-fill
- Holds up to 20 oz. of nectar
- Easy to clean
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|Item Dimensions||8.98 x 8 x 8 inches|
|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||61|
|Shipping Weight||1.81 pounds|
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This beautifully created oriole feeder can be a great addition to any yard or garden. A decorative glass bottle with a vintage look to it. 4 highly durable metal perches and beautiful orange flowers are integrated into the basin. Stands flat on the counter for easy filling.
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Update: Ha! Once again Amazon is selling it and their price is $16.77.
1 year update: So, it's been almost a year and I have some updates. It's much too easy to over tighten the plastic base and pop the threads. It's now a balancing act to tighten the base enough so that it doesn't leak but not so much that it pops the threads. One thing I'm trying to mitigate that design flaw is to wrap several turns of Teflon tape around the threads on the glass before attaching the base. This lets me tighten it a bit more securely without the base popping off. Speaking of the base popping off, I've had a few instances where the base just dropped off the feeder for no apparent reason while it was just hanging there. Not sure why. Now for the good news. I gave up waiting for the Orioles to use this so I moved it to another more open part of our yard to give the hummingbirds a harder time guarding it along with the several other hummingbird feeders I have. Next thing I know, the oriole couple is now drinking from it regularly. Go figure...