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I know someone is pigging out on my grape jelly. I have yet to see who though! Good pictures of the birds!
I have a jar of grape jelly, that I'm going to share--I had no idea! THANKS for sharing that great idea!!
I have heard of and tried the grape jelly and I had no takers,but oranges are a big hit with the orioles, and they also eat suet!!Wonderful photos there are lovely birds!!
I do love the Baltimore orioles as well. There is one who comes to my yards, but so far I couldn't caught him on camera. Your pictures are gorgeous.
Wow, what beautiful photos of a lovely, lovely little bird! It's another new bird for me and one that is nothing at all like I've seen before. The variety of feathered friends just never ceases to amaze me.
I love the Orioles. Beautiful birds and great photos. I have some catbirds going after my grape jelly.
I went to the store to get more jelly and they were out of the huge jars of their brand, a lot of oriole lovers I would say.
you're the 3rd blogger i've seen talk about feeding grape jelly this week! that is so cool! these are beautiful birds! thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment. your photos are lovely (as are your 'gardening buddies'). i'll be back!
OOTP, I had the same thing happen to me, they were out of the large jars of the store brand grape jelly! I bought some off brand, the orioles can't seem to tell the difference :).
That's a very beautiful, colorful bird.Lovely photos.
Grape jelly! Whodathunkit! If I had some, I'd put it outside now for the robins and see who else turns up to enjoy it.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
My dad loves orioles and now I know why. They are so pretty!
Now I knew what to feed Oriole, would try it. They are so gorgeous birds!Turkey
Wow - what a lovely colour that bird is!
How funny! But, then, I can understand that birds might like a sweet treat!My Camera Critters post is at:http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2011/05/camera-critters-163-wings-of-blue-may.html#linksHope you're having a great weekend!
What amazing shots! I don't think I've ever seen one.Happy it is gardening season. Thank you for visiting my cottage country !
Beautiful bird!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Lovely critter!Shadow shots on a relaxing walk, have a great weekend!
Grape jelly, I've never heard of that. I'll have to give it a try. Beautiful pics of the Baltimore Orioles.
I've never heard of feeding them grape jelly. Thanks for the tip. Great pictures. They are such pretty birds!
I've never heard of feeding them grape jelly, either. I will have to try that when we get home. :)
Such bright, vivid markings...your photos are fabulous!!Sorry, I'm so late getting around...I know you visited with me earlier this week at my Camera Critters blog...much appreciated.Hope your week has treated you well!!!My Sunday Post...'ribbit'!!
Beautiful photos. You really do a great job capturing them.CherGoldenray Yorkies
Lovely shot , orioles are so skittish.Did not know about grape jelly but will try it.
Gorgeous photos of the orioles. We have them visiting our garden too.
Oriole, Maryland's state bird. I live next to Maryland, lol. Beautiful pictures. I never knew birds would eat grape jelly. I just purchased a minature bird bath. It would be perfect in the garden with grape jelly.
I've tried to attract orioles twice with zero luck. I'm within their migratory range and saw one once in some woods a few miles from my house. I think my timing is off. I do have a lot of other songbirds, though. Beautiful photos and blog!! :o)
Stunning bird shots!Thanks for dropping by...
I like grape jelly too!
What a beautiful bird. I've seen only one (1) Baltimore Oriole locally in the 50+ years I've lived in this community. Maybe they're here and shunning me. :)
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