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Birds that Eat Oranges

Birds that eat oranges

Birds that Eat Oranges

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11 birds that eat oranges!

A list of 11 United State birds that eat oranges 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:

Suet Feeder Filled With Orange Halves

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.

 

Eastern Birds

1.) Baltimore Orioles

 

Baltimore Oriole on a Tree Branch

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2.) Brown Thrashers

Brown Thrasher Bird

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3.) Gray Catbirds

Gray Catbird

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4.) Orchard Orioles 

Orchard Oriole Enjoying an Orange

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5.) Rose-breasted Grosbeaks

 

 

Rose-breasted Grosbeak.

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6.) Red-bellied Woodpeckers

Red Bellied Woodpecker - Doing what they do best creating holes.

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7.) Scarlet Tanagers

Scarlet Tangers

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8.) Northern Mockingbirds

Northern Mockingbird

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Western Birds


9.) Bullock’s Orioles 

Bullock’s Oriole

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10.) Hooded Orioles

Hooded Oriole

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Gray Catbirds (counted above but is both eastern & western)

Grey Cat Bird

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11.) Western Tanagers

 

Western Tanagers

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Happy Birding!

Until next time friends.  Take care!


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