Our Wild Birds Unlimited Hummingbird and Oriole Nectar provides the high calories these active birds need. It contains no dyes or additives, is easy to mix and delivers wonderful results. Dissolve contents of pouch in 4 cups of water and then fill your feeders. Any leftover solution can be stored in your refrigerator up to one week for later use.
This resealable pouch contains:
8 oz. of sucrose which makes 4 cups of hummingbird and oriole nectar solution.
Mealworms are the larvae of the beetle Tenebrio molitor. Birds such as chickadees, bluebirds, wrens and woodpeckers will eat mealworms, if they are placed in a feeder accessible to the birds. Because mealworms can crawl, it is best to place them in a feeder where they cannot crawl out.
Mealworms can be kept for weeks at 40 – 50° F. For longer storage they should be placed in bran flakes, wheat bran or corn meal in a container having air holes. A potato or apple slice should be kept in the container for the worms to use as a moisture source.
Dimensions: 9″ x 10¾” diameter
Orioles eat many types of food. They crave citrus when they arrive in the spring, eating orange halves and grape jelly. Then they quickly turn to eating nectar, and then switch almost exclusively to insects after nesting. Our oriole feeder offers nectar with several feeding stations, includes jelly wells in the lid and a place for an orange half. It’s easy to hang and dishwasher safe. It also comes with a lifetime guarantee.
(Bird food not included.)
Capacity: 1 qt
Dimensions: 16″ x 12″ diameter
Our most versatile feeder is now available with antimicrobial product protection built into the tray. Though the tray now features a smoky look, the clear roof still allows birds to easily find food. The Dinner Bell™ tray prevents food from falling to the ground, and its dome raises and lowers, allowing you to feed smaller birds while deterring larger birds, such as starlings, grackles and doves. The dome also provides birds and food protection from the elements. Backed with a lifetime guarantee, the Dinner Bell is easy to fill and hang, and its tray is top rack, dishwasher safe.
Available exclusively at Wild Birds Unlimited, our EcoClean® feeders and accessories are the most advanced bird feeding products available on the market. EcoClean products feature a patented technology that inhibits the surface growth of damaging bacteria, mold and other microbes. This protection won’t wash or wear away, and it uses environmentally friendly technology.
(Bird food not included.)
Capacity: 32 oz.
Dimensions: 18¼” x 3¾” diameter
Create the ideal nectar solution for your hummingbirds with the WBU Nectar Bottle. Simply fill the container with warm or hot water, add one cup of table sugar or one box of WBU Hummingbird Nectar (3017), replace the lid and shake until the sugar is dissolved. Use your new nectar solution right away, or refrigerate it (in the bottle) until you’re ready to fill your hummingbird feeders. Available only at Wild Birds Unlimited, our Nectar Bottle is top rack dishwasher safe and BPA free.
(Table sugar and Hummingbird & Oriole Nectar not included.)
Our exclusive, patented Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup is the perfect beginning to your ultimate bird feeding and/or watering station designed to meet your own individual needs.
Just twist the 4-foot base pole into the ground using the convenient corkscrew auger. Next slide the Stabilizer onto the base pole and push into the ground (Tests show the stabilizer holds the pole straight in up to 35 MPH wind gusts). Add the extension pole and arms and top it with the decorative finial; then fill and hang your bird feeders.
Also, be sure to shop through our other bird feeding supplies to complement all your bird feeding needs.
(Feeders and bird food not included.)
Orioles are migratory throughout their range.
Oranges, grapes and other juicy fruits, jelly, sugar water nectar, mealworms, Bark Butter®, Bark Butter Bits, suet blends with fruit pieces
Nests in trees. Will not use a nest box. Will use offered nesting materials.
Male and female plumage are similar, the female are paler. No seasonal plumage changes. Juvenile plumage similar to adult females.
Maps provided by Birds of North America Online.
Maintained by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.