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Old Sunday 11th July 2010, 23:25   #1
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Orioles in Oklahoma

This is my first summer to put out oriole feeders. I have enjoyed them all summer until a couple of days ago. I probably had 15 or more sightings a day. It seems all at once they have quit coming around. Is this typical? Has their diet changed or have they moved out? What has been your experience in Oklahoma?

I saw some females in the trees but never at the feeder. Is this the norm? I did get a late start, as I didn't put the feeder out until the first week of June. This may have had an impact on the number of females I saw at the feeder.

Still trying to learn. Thanks.

Tommy
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