Perky-Pet Top-Fill Glass Oriole Wild Bird FeederBy Perky-Pet
About This Item
- A gasket in the base creates a tight seal to prevent messy leakage.
- Wide-mouth, top-fill design makes for fast, mess-free filling.
- 5 feeding ports with long perches accommodate lots of your neighborhood orioles.
- Includes optional jelly cup and orange spike attachments to add variety to mealtime.
- The entire feeder comes apart for easy cleaning.
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5 Customer Reviews
I got this feeder because of the top fill for the nectar - I have had orioles come in before and not had a feeder and then they were gone. Hoping with this feeder they will stay for a little while.
Perfect Oriole Feeder!
This feeder is engineered with thought and efficiency for the birds AND the feeding person. SO easy to use, fill, clean, hang. GREAT design!!!! Highly recommend.
Too good to be true.
I thought this feeder had everything I needed to feed our orioles. Unfortunately the birds acted as if they were unable to feed from the ports even though they were bigger than the hummingbird feeder that they were used to. The perches do not stay in place. Each time a bird would land or depart the perch would swing out of place. And because the jelly cup sits at an angle I could only put in a teaspoon at a time. Last straw - there is no way to clean the base inside. I thought the bottom popped off but it didn't pop or screw back on. This item went into the trash.
Nector streams out the feeder
I filled the feeder a week or so ago, and was confused when it looked empty the next night. I've been putting oranges out (which the orioles in my yard love), and started putting out jelly (which they also love). I've had a hummingbird or two attracted to the feeder, which has been great - but I learned after refilling it today that the nectar added literally streams out the bottom. A few minutes after putting the feeder out with brand new nectar, it's gone. I'm not happy, and will be looking for another type of feeder.
easy to fill and set up is easy. Waiting for birds t find it.