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Cute but not strong enough
from Texas Hill Country
About Me Handyman
Comments about Jelly Jam Feeder™:
Must be made for Northern Birds, very few even tried the jelly. Finally washed the jelly out and filled with seeds. Worked until it finally fell apart. Poorly made, too much plastic.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Sterlington, LA
About Me Novice
Perfect way to offer jelly to a hungry bird.I was to late getting mine out so I am looking forward to next year.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
About Me Do-It-Yourself
Did exactly what I wanted, attracted Orioles.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
attract birds to your yard
from Columbia, MO.
Used to attract the Orioles to our deck and enjoyed it so much ordered a couple for our daughter and grandson.
Jam/Jelly Bird Feeder
from Bastrop, Texas
Cant wait to get this to my mom. She loves her birds This looks like a great way to enjoy them
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from Warren, PA
This is a fantastic product - am ordering 6 more for myself and friends! Watching the orioles come to this feeder has been so entertaining.
(14 of 14 customers found this review helpful)
By Jim H.
from Danville, Illinois
I saw this feeder in your catalog. I hung it next to the hummingbird feeder on a bent wire from the gutter in front of the kitchen window. Those Orioles took to it right away. They don't nibble at our orange slice feeder or the hummingbird feeder they just purch and gobble jelly. They ate through a grape jelly jar in one week! I was busy with an ice tea spoon pulling jelly forward. Now I need to remove the kitchen window screen to take pictures and video. Then I can send emails to my frinds and say look what I've got. We have had males, females, and immatures at the jelly jar. They can't stay away! I put a new jar out and by the time we finished supper there were peck marks in the jelly. I recommend attaching the wire to the back holes of the cradle so the jar is more horizontal. That will make it easier for keeping jelly at the mouth of the jar for the feeding birds.