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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Best Jelly for orioles

I've tried several different jellies to attract orioles and the BirdBerry™ from Wild Birds Unlimited is by far the most popular! BirdBerry™ is made of grape juice, Concorde grapes, blackberries and pure all natural granular sugar.

Compare to normal grocery store labels and you'll see that BirdBerry™ is an all natural product with no preservatives. BirdBerry™ Jelly has no sweeteners and has low sugar levels which is better for birds. The yummy grape & blackberry combination attracts orioles and keeps them coming back to its unique flavor.

It's sooo good - You'll want to have "Breakfast with the birds!"

BirdBerry™ Jelly is a human grade product that emphasizes quality. But even though it is better for the birds you should still limit the amount you place out each day. No more than a teaspoon a day for each bird you see. That way you it gives them a little quick energy and you can keep washing the feeder to prevent the growth of bacteria. And it is made in the USA.

Related Articles:
- Can birds predict the weather? http://bit.ly/w3bhs8
- Facts on the Baltimore Oriole http://bit.ly/GzSTbi
- Where do orioles winter? http://bit.ly/GAeWv5
- Close-up of Baltimore Oriole http://bit.ly/GAf6T7
- When can I expect my orioles to arrive? http://goo.gl/OHrCc


Cathy S said...

Is BirdBerry™ Jelly something special for Michigan? I've been searching for it on the website of the local store, and never find it, or even anything like it, for my area. (I live in Rhode Island, southwest of Providence.) If my local store doesn't carry it, can I order it from you? Please let me know asap, so I can have it before the orioles return to New England.

#FeedtheBirds said...

BirdBerry™ Jelly isn't just available in Michigan. I would call your local Wild Birds Unlimited store to request it or buy it online: https://www.wbu.com/store-locator/