Birdy, birdy here’s a sweet treat.
Sure to make you tweet! Tweet! Tweet!
11 birds that eat oranges!
A list of 11 United State birds that enjoy eating orange halves at the bird feeder:
I divided the birds into Eastern and Western birds. This will help you locate your area and see which types of birds you should be looking for.
Easy Solutions to Feed Oranges to Your Birds:
1.) Nail a nail to a post, bird feeder or deck rail. Spear the orange onto the nail.
2.) Spear the orange halves onto tree branches.
3.) Place the orange halves into a suet brick holder.
1.) Baltimore Orioles
2.) Brown Thrashers
3.) Gray Catbirds
4.) Orchard Orioles
5.) Rose-breasted Grosbeaks
6.) Red-bellied Woodpeckers
7.) Scarlet Tanagers
8.) Northern Mockingbirds
9.) Bullock’s Orioles
10.) Hooded Orioles
Gray Catbirds (counted above but is both eastern & western)
11.) Western Tanagers
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Until next time friends. Take care!