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Songbird Essentials SERUBFJF Fruit and Jelly Oriole Feeder (Set of 1)
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- Bright orange color attracts Orioles.
- Made of recycled materials
- Holds more jelly than most fruit / jelly feeders and 2 orange halves
- Made in USA
- Size 6 x 8.25 x 10
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Fruit and Jelly Oriole Feeder (Set of 1)
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2 suggestions: 1. upgrade your cup. 2. in your promotional photos, show a freakin bird on your feeder. If you don't have a photo of your feeder with a bird on it, you can use one of mine. (just send me a complimentary feeder or two and I will help you sell tons of these things.
The first year, I occassionally saw an Oriole. This year, they are all over the place. It's amazing to see these beautiful birds. I also have a male Cardinal that like the jelly. I buy grape jelly from Krogers. I'm not sure if the "Oriole jelly" that is sold here or in feeder stores is any different (other than costing $10x as much). I have been going through a 32oz jar a week for the past 2 weeks. I have more pics too but my girlfriend is bugging me to fix dinner. I gotta go. Was this enough to earn a couple of free feeders? I have 2,000 FB friends that have been seeing my photos and asking what feeder to buy.
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.
Two notes: (1) the birds can't seem to reach the top orange, so I just put oranges on the lower peg; and (2) some of the birds seem to have trouble landing on the plastic. Maybe the orioles won't have trouble, but I am considering gluing a small dowel to the feeder to offer a landing perch.