the various plants that provide food and shade, and of course the birds love the feeders. We've had visits from both male and female orioles, possibly the pair that raised a brood last summer (see http://morning-glory-garden.blogspot.com/search/label/orioles and http://morning-glory-garden.blogspot.com/2012/07/roots-and-wings.html for pictures) and I've been looking into oriole feeders online. Pricey, and I think I can modify a wooden bird feeder kit I bought some time ago (on a closeout for a couple of bucks) to suit the purpose. In the meantime, I found oranges four pounds for a dollar at a local market and have hung them up for the birds' dining pleasure and our viewing pleasure. Orioles love oranges, but I haven't seen them on these. However, we've learned that Gila woodpeckers
Maybe next time.