I had a female Baltimore Oriole in my yard on July 25, eating insects on a hanging plant right next to my oriole feeder which she ignored.
Hehe-- They don't read 'the book'. 'My" orioles have never beentoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
enticed to any feeder- orange, apple or jelly that I offer them. But
they [usually a half dozen or so] show up every year as the mulberries
begin to ripen.
This year a couple pairs and their young have been after the suet
feeders for a month or so.
The goldfinches seem to prefer sunflower to niger seed this year---
and none have mastered the upsidedown feeder that used to be more
popular than the right-side-up one.
On Thu, 27 Jul 2017 11:17:38 -0400, you wrote:
I had a female Baltimore Oriole in my yard on July 25, eating insects on a