Songbird Essentials SERUBFJF Fruit and Jelly Oriole Feeder (Set of 1)
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Fruit and Jelly Oriole Feeder (Set of 1)
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I can be flexible so I used a small glass Pyrex dish I had. I read complaints about the plastic cup being on the ground & getting broken so the Pyrex works well. Its unfortunately not deep enough to secure it with a rubber band on the bottom but after a week it's still in place. That sad part is I haven't seen a single bird near the feeder (which may be why the bowl is still in place).
I am not sending it back because it is so nicely made otherwise. I am hopeful that next spring I will time it right & get birds. I think the manufacturers should supply a MUCH better quality bowl with this product.
Everything seemed fine for the first month or so, but then I found two honey bees stuck in the jelly -- not dead, and indeed still sucking down jelly (😀) -- but as doomed as the prehistoric mammals that fell into the La Brea Tar Pits near LA. My motto is "always try," so I managed to free the bees by pouring a quick pass of cool water over them (to loosen them without killing them), and then using a twig to gently extricate them from the jelly. I left them on a railing to dry off, and a little while later they flew away. I didn't see legs or wings broken, but they may have been weakened or injured by the experience. I don't know.
Of course, by then I had just missed the window for returning the item (it closed on July 6; today is July 9). I've found a possible solution: putting cherries in the bowl meant for the grape jelly. No one's touched the cherries yet -- but then again I've only had a few pecks at my oranges. (I've yet to see an oriole, but I hear them singing up high in our trees.)
For both orioles and hummingbirds, I recommend the Hummzinger bowl-style nectar feeders. (Hedging my bets, and cognizant of the short oriole migration season, I bought the Hummzinger oriole feeder at abt the same time.) The fluid in the bowl is apparently too low for the bees to reach, so, in my experience, while they might fly around the feeder for a while, they don't fall in and drown, and eventually they give up. I don't even have to use those yellow cage-like bee guards on them.