520-638-6492
Hummingbird Nectar
 

Oriole Feeders

If you are serious about attracting Orioles to your yard on a regular everyday basis, please refer to our article titled “Being Successful in Attracting and Feeding Orioles. Following the advice and directions you read there will increase your likelihood of success with attracting Orioles (and perhaps tanagers, too).

However, be aware that the best chance for success is dependent upon setting up your oriole station now, at the beginning of the oriole season. By April, most of the male orioles will have established themselves in the best available territory and, if that’s not in your yard, you may have to wait until the next breeding season before you have such a good chance at being successful with these beautiful, but somewhat skittish, birds.


Aspects Oriole Feeder 16oz

Aspects' Oriole Feeder is a nectar feeder designed specifically for orioles. Larger feeding ports and perches combine to make this ergonomically superior for orioles. No longer must orioles struggle for balance and a foothold on smaller hummingbird feeders.

It features:

  • Four large feeding ports and perches that combine to make it ergonomically superior for orioles.
  • Built-in ant moat.
  • Solid brass rod.
  • Durable.
  • Easy-to-clean poly carbonate construction.
  • 16oz capacity.
  • Drip and leak proof.
  • Capacity indicator gauge on nectar well
  • Bright orange color of lid attracts Orioles better than red.
  • Unconditional Lifetime Guarantee
ASPECTS361
$21.99
Add to Cart View Cart

A Bullock's Oriole at a First Nature feeder painted orange
© Hummingbird Nectar, LLC.All rights reserved.
Tucson AZ Hummingbird Capital of the USA
   

 

 

 

Fatbirder's Top 1000 Birding Websites

QUICK FIND INDEX

ABOUT
NECTAR
MISCELLANEOUS
ARTICLES/ TIPS
Customer Service Our Nectar Scientific References Hummingbird Antics How do Hummers differ from other birds?
Made in USA Policy Comparison of Nectars Electrolytes Hummingbird Bills & Tongues Hummingbird Song
Mission Statement How to Prepare Nectar
FEEDERS
Hummingbird Survive Cold Nights Do Hummingbirds Dance?
Our Friends Do You Know What is in Your Nectar? Comparison Dangers Hummingbirds Face Helpful Hot Weather Hummingbird Hints
Fund Raising   Aspects Mini Humzinger Hummingbird Eating Insects Family- Trochilidae
Our Packaging
HELP & CARE
First Nature Hummers in Hand Migration
Wholesale Rescue and Care of Hummingbirds Oriole Hummingbird Metabolism Social Behavior
SPECIES
How to Feed Hummingbirds in the Winter Cold Pest Barriers Hummingbird Myths Understanding Hummingbirds Needs
Allen's
BIRDS THAT ENJOY NECTAR
Origins of Feeders Nesting Hummingbird Flight
Anna's Orioles - Attracting & Feeding For Hummingbirds Only Raising Baby Hummingbird Where have the Hummingbirds gone?
Bahama Woodstar Verdin Webster ** Photographing Hummingbirds  
Berylline  
NESTING
   
Black-chinned Nesting Materials Our Scientific References Soundly Sleeping Hummingbirds
Blue-throated
BOOKS
  Frequently Asked Questions/ FAQ Hummingbird Plants
Broad-billed Books   Pest/ Ants & Bees Arthur Cleveland Bent/
The Life Histories of North American Birds
Hummingbirds

Broad-tailed
DESTINATIONS
HOOKS
Bats at Hummingbird Feeders Interesting Facts
Buff-bellied North America Hooks & Brackets    
Bumblebee Central America      
Calliope South America      
Costa's Captive in Aviaries      
Green-breasted Mango        
Green violet-ear   .    
Lucifer        
Magnificent (Rivoli's)        
Plain-capped Starthroat        
Ruby-throated        
Rufous        
Violet-crowned        
White-eared        
Xantus