Perky-Pet® Deluxe Hand Painted Oriole Feeder

Model #: 750

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  • Intricate gem-cut glass nectar reservoir
  • Decorative hanging chain & basket with orange details
  • 3 orange slice shaped feeding ports with perches
  • Holds 24 oz of nectar
Description
Perky-Pet® Deluxe Hand Painted Oriole Feeder

Perky-Pet® Deluxe Hand Painted Oriole Feeder

This beautiful, hand painted gem cut glass bottle and three orange feeding ports is a must-have for oriole fans!

The Perky-Pet® Deluxe Hand Painted Oriole Feeder features a gem cut glass bottle, a perch, painted oranges, three feeding ports and a 24 oz nectar capacity. The clear, shatter-resistant glass reservoir makes it easy to monitor nectar levels. For quick filling or cleaning, simply unscrew the reservoir from the feeder base. An 8.5” orange wire hanger is included for easy hanging. The three perch/feeding station set-up makes this one of the most economical and convenient oriole bird feeders on the market!

The feeder may be cleaned with the Perky-Pet® Cleaning Mop. Remember to clean your oriole bird feeders at least twice a week, more often in very warm climates or seasons.

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Specs

Perky-Pet® Deluxe Hand Painted Oriole Feeder - Specifications

  • 24 oz nectar capacity
  • Orange slice shaped port to attract orioles
  • Gem cut glass bottle
  • Features 3 feeding stations
  • Easy to disassemble and clean
Warranty

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Reviews

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Most Recent Customer Reviews

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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
May 31, 2016
Hand painted oriole feeder By Brian
The oriole feeder is very pretty and was easy to fill and hang. Very happy with it. It looks great hanging outside my sunroom. The Orioles seem to like it to.
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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
May 30, 2016
Looks Good, But By perky001
I bought these because I was tired of replacing the plastic ones every year due to breakage. The new glass ones look great, but, the orioles that I bought them for will not land on the skinny wire perches. I am very disappointed and sorry that I made this purchase.
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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
July 6, 2015
Good while it lasts By Bob88
I bought this and other perky-pet oriole feeders years ago and they serve me and the orioles well. The only problem with this model, 750, is if the perch breaks or rusts out over the years, which mine did, no part, of any kind, is available. Only solution offered is buy a new one! WHY?

The 251 and 252 feeders are excellent and parts ARE available.
Response From Perky-Pet®
Kelly : Consumer Relations Representative
Hello,

Our Product Managers are always working to make more replacement parts available. This feedback is appreciated and has been shared with them for consideration. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Our Consumer Relations Team can be reached at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973) with any questions.
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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
August 12, 2014
Not really what it was intended for By
Unlike other reviewers, I have not had any problems with leakage. The difficult to clean base is an issue however. I have taken to only filling the feeder with enough nectar for 2 days and using a small bendable bristle brush to scrub the insides as best I can. Occasionally, I'll use a vey dilute bleach solution to sanitize it.The funny part about this is that I don't use this for orioles, in fact it was a total failure with them (the whole short perch thing makes a lot of sense). This spring, on a total whim, I filled it with hummingbird nectar. Most popular hummer feeder in the yard, now! The only downside is that the holes are large enough that bees and flies can get into the difficult to clean base. I would probably be hard pressed to really recommend this feeder until they find a way to make maintaining it a whole lot easier.
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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
May 24, 2013
Intresting feeder By
When we first put this feeder up the Orioles would not use it then we reliazed that the perches were not aligned with the feeding ports. We fixed the issue and this now one of the favorites by the Orioles. My concern is I do not see how to take apart the base for cleaning. I am in Kansas where the summer temps frequently over 100. This creates a alagee and mildew issue.
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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
May 20, 2013
Still thirsty By
Poor design. Orioles can't drink from this feeder. Orioles always drank from the hexagonal shaped plastic feeders I've provided, but they'll land on this one and are unable to drink--holes are either too small for them to get their beaks in far enough or the perches are too close to the holes. Also, first time I used it I had to add plumbers' tape to keep the two pieces together.
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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
August 30, 2011
oriole feeder By
The orioles will not eat from this feeder. They try but seem to be unable to. My friend has the same problem.
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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
June 25, 2011
Stripped Perches By
The bottom does not screw on it is just like it is stripped. I have also gone to the store and tried the ones in the store and they are all the same. The juice leaks out. _______________________________________________________ Perky Pet
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Review posted on www.birdfeeders.com
November 11, 2010
I love these feeders By
I have had my 20 oriole feeders for about 10 years now. I love them. I am just now buying replacement bee guards, since only some of the original ones have cracked. I have tried other feeders, but they have only lasted a year or two. I have dropped the feeder from my second story balcony, and it has not broken.
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Q&A
Q.Do orioles prefer nectar or jelly?
A.

Orioles will consume both nectar and jelly, which is why we also offer our Perky-Pet® Oriole Jelly Feeder (model 253).

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All About

All About Orioles

Although there are several different kinds of orioles, they all have certain aspects that make them very recognizable—especially the bright coloring of the male orioles.

Find out more about the beautiful and colorful Oriole.

Tips

Wild Bird Feeders - Expert Tips

Hanging Your Feeder

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FAQs

Oriole Feeders - FAQs

Q: What criteria should I use when selecting a oriole feeder?

A: Make sure it is one that will be easy to clean and fill, especially since you will need to clean the feeder each week. If you are worried about bees and wasps or ants invading the feeder, purchase a oriole feeder with bee guards or ant guards. more»

Q: Where is the best place to hang my new oriole feeder?

A: Place your oriole feeder away from sun and wind. The sun may cause the mixture to turn bad and the wind may swing the feeder around, causing the mixture to spill. more»

Q: How do I attract orioles to my feeder?

A: Orioles will find your nectar feeder, although there are some steps you can take to help them find it sooner. more»

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