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Location of feeder

Posted by Renkosiewicz (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 5, 12 at 1:33

I am going to be hanging my very first Hummingbird feeder. I am trying to decide on a location. I have an existing pole with two arms. One arm has an Oriole feeder (for jelly and oranges). I was thinking about hanging the Hummingbird feeder on the other arm. But I would NOT want to do anything drive my Orioles away. Does anyone know if the two species will co-exist and eat from feeders on the same pole. The pole is in the middle of my yard with surrounding trees for cover. Thanks, Barb

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RE: Location of feeder

They should be fine,but the orioles might drink from the hummingbird feeder.

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