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May 07, 2010

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tina

So pretty! I've never ever seen one so can you send them my way?:)

marnie

That is amazing. It must mean these are either the same ones who nested there last season or their babies. Orioles always seem so shy, they must really trust you.
Marnie

Noelle / azplantlady

What a great photo! How interesting that they like grape jelly? Well, so do I ;-)

Racquel

Great photo! I wish we got these pretty visitors in my area. :)

Victoria

Orioles! Really! So very pretty!

Catherine

I remember them on the jelly feeder last year. I bet they were as happy to see you and your feeder as you were to see them!

Jan (Thanks For Today)

How absolutely beautiful, Kathleen. I have never seen one in person! They are so pretty!

Robin

I've never seen one in person either! I'd stock up on jelly for them too!

Sweet Bay

He looks happy with the jelly. There are Baltimore Orioles in the mts of NC but not the piedmont. We have Orchard Orioles instead.

Nancy Bond

He's a handsome fellow. I remember the grape jelly from last year...birds after my own heart. :)

chasity

i'm always incredibly thrilled if i get one of these beauties to visit my garden...
how exciting!
and beautiful

Shady Gardener

Kathleen! That's a wonderful photo - grape jelly on the beak and all. :-) You've just inspired me... don't know that they're here yet, but I put out oranges this evening. Have a great weekend!

Eva

Beautiful birds! My husband and I found one dead on our driveway in NE Texas last week. We couldn't help but wonder how it got here and what happened to it. I've never seen one before.

RobinL

How lucky you are to have orioles in your garden! I've never seen one here, but I keep that grape jelly full, just in case they show up.

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