The Hanging Tray Oriole Feeder gives you multiple options to feed your favorite orange feathered friends and hummingbirds as well. The main chamber holds 16 oz. of nectar with 4 feeding flower ports and is clear plastic to monitor levels. The four outer compartments can hold anything from grape jelly to mealworms. There are also 4 fruit stakes to hold orange halves. The feeder base comes off for easy filling and cleaning. Either hang it from the included rod or mount it to a pole, it’s up to you. To keep those pesky ants away, the built-in ant moat is sure to do the trick.
How do I fill my oriole feeder?
All of our oriole feeders are filled by simply turning the feeder over and twisting off the base. Use a funnel or container with a pour spout to fill the reservoir with nectar (be sure to fill completely to the top to prevent leaking) and replace the base. Turn the feeder right side up and hang in desired location.
How do I keep my oriole feeder from leaking?
It is recommended to fill our oriole feeders to the maximum capacity so that there is not an air pocket in with the nectar, which could cause the feeder to leak. Additionally, an ideal spot for any oriole feeder is to be placed out of direct sunlight to prevent expansion from the heat of the sun that can cause your feeder to leak.