Luckily we were able to get many fabulous photos of the blue beauties among the bright orange Orioles. Weâre located in Niagara on the Lake. None in Port Credit - Mississauga yet. So I put their feeder out the second week of May, and a cut orange. I have been taking as many photos that I can. Have they left early for southern migration? I saw two orioles in my yard this morning, such a nice sight! I wish I knew why?? We have to fill it every other day. Where do you live that you have seen Orioles already? Yesterday I had my Welch's grape jelly and sliced oranges ready. Please email us. I did eventually find a feeder and enjoyed their company up until this week, now they have suddenly disappeared! Started mid-May and they haven't stopped since. I do have a pair of cardinals coming daily, sometimes together sometimes just one of them. The chipmunk..he tips it and laps the nectar up, so we moved the feeder. I think last year I had them still at the beginning of September. so looking forward to seeing that first oriole. Have hummingbird sighting data to report? But that was the only one and he never came back. We have been enticing the Orioles for a couple of years now with oranges. But, yesterday I spotted a male at the hummingbird feeder!!! I have both grape jelly and sugar water. Our Other Migratory Birds migration map tracks sighting data throughout the nation. Beautiful sound. Never saw any before! Cups are filled with grape jelly. They came a week earlier than Baltimores, and have stayed a week longer. Same thing happened last year for a week or so and then they returned. Beautiful birds. May 11, was the first day that I saw an Oriole. It's easy to do. July 17 2020 was our last sighting. Just saw an Oriole today in my neighbours yard! I wanted to attract Orioles this year and it worked!! I end up with several Orioles, so it is a lot cheaper to feed the jelly than buying oranges, and they prefer the jelly. I now have 2 oriole feeders for nectar & grape jelly. Been an outstanding year here just past Lambeth Ontario. We have oranges and jam. Click one of the two links below to view the migration maps and submit your sighting data. Saw two males fighting over a female today. She is in their often now so I am assuming she has eggs. In previous years I would have to pay close attention to my feeder to have a sighting, but this year it was like a busy airport. I think they are this years hatchlings. It is one branch over from her last years nest. I live in Windsor, Ontario. I'm using grape jelly as their food. Solo Build It! How? Hopefully they stay. I bought them a bag of oranges. As soon as the baby could fly around the first of August, all 5 birds left together. The feeder is only 20' feet from the house. Finally got them to hang around a bit and we noticed a nest in our backyard tree. Got online to identify what could be eating our nectar and now know we have an Oriole. Then all hell broke loose. I hope they're not gone. I really hope that I have given somebody a few ideas on how you can help these great birds enjoy their summer in Canada, and successfully reproduce. Not good for the females sitting on their eggs as the stickiness could suffocate the eggs. during this time of isolation and staying put I am thoroughly enjoying my little corner of the world. Cut them in half and put one on their feeder. I had a Baltimore Oriole visiting my yard for a couple of weeks in May, and now they are back. I am in Navan just outside of Ottawa and my sister in Brighton, Ontario, gets tons of them. At key feeding times we have 4-5 Orioles on the feeder and even had a Grosbeak sampling the jam. I am going to go to the grocery store for some oranges and hopefully I'll see it again! I imagine they will be migrating south soon. I put it out about the end of April. From Valentia, Ontario on Lake Scugog. May 23, 2017 in Brights Grove, Ontario. You can get feeders online. I think this was my best summer yet for orioles. Spotted 2 orioles today in Stoney Creek, Valley Park area. They are such beautiful birds and were a pleasure to view throughout the summer months. They prefer this to orange nectar mix. So beautiful. I saw an oriole today in Etobicoke. We started with putting a few slices of oranges out but our focus was on the bluejays and cardinals and finches. Some Robins also come to the feeder for grape jelly. and keep them up till Mid Oct. Hummingbird, Orioles, Purple Martin Bird, Other Migratory Birds, Warblers, and Butterflies Migration Maps I think they just left yesterday from Puslinch, Ontario. Hello Bonnie on Washburn Island. Every 5 minutes she would come back and get more orange, or bugs from our Flowering Crab apple tree. Well they are so funny and do love that Grape jelly and the oranges.
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