Attracting Baltimore Orioles  

 If you want to attract orioles to your backyard here are some great gift ideas.


WBU Oriole Feeder


WBU Oriole Feeder: Orioles eat many types of food. This feeder provides space to offer orange halves, grape jelly (yep! they love it), and nectar! Orioles also enjoy insects during nesting season. It’s easy to hang and dishwasher safe. It also comes with a lifetime guarantee.





Spiral Treat Tray



Spiral Treat Tray: This easy to fill feeder is perfect for offering the orioles orange halves. It comes in two lid colour choices - green or orange. The orange lid is great for attracting the orioles into your backyard. It is also versatile - when the orioles leave in the fall fill the cups with Bark Butter Bits, peanuts or your favourite seed as a quick treat for the birds throughout winter. 




Jelly Jam Feeder




Jelly Jam Jar Feeder: Orioles love grape jelly. This feeder has a perching space and comes with a plastic jam jar to fill with one of their favourite foods - grape jelly!! 







WBU Hummingbird and Oriole Nectar: Serving a nectar solution in feeders will supply a dependable source of energy that is comparable to the flowers on which they naturally feed. Our WBU nectar is a high-energy nectar solution keeps Orioles and Hummingbirds robust and healthy.  It is 100% pure, safe, nutritious and beneficial with no dyes or additives. 

Use with a Nectar Bottle for easiest results!




Nectar Bottle


WBU Nectar Bottle: The easiest way to make the perfect hummingbird or orioale nectar solution. Simply fill the container with warm or hot water, add one cup of table sugar or one box of WBU Hummingbird / Oriole Nectar, replace the lid and shake until the sugar is dissolved. Use your new nectar solution right away, or use the bottle to store it in the fridge. The Nectar Bottle is top rack dishwasher safe, is BPA free and can hold 4 cups (1 Liter) of nectar.


Fun Facts about Orioles

Do They Migrate?
Orioles are migratory throughout their range.

What Foods Do They Eat?
Oranges, grapes and other juicy fruits, jelly, sugar water nectar, mealworms, Bark Butter®, Bark Butter Bits, suet blends with fruit pieces

Where Do They Nest?
Nests in trees. Will not use a nest box. Will use offered nesting materials.

What Do They Look Like?
Male and female plumage are similar, the female are paler. No seasonal plumage changes. Juvenile plumage similar to adult females.