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Old May 16th, 2012, 09:35 PM
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Question Oriole Jelly Feeder and Robins

Trying to get Robins off the Oriole Jelly Feeder.

I love seeing the Robins floating about my yard but I have 2 Robins that frequent the jelly feeder for the Orioles and are leaving their "markings" in the feeder full of jelly.

I venture out in the morning and come home after work only to find droppings mixed in with the jelly. Every other year, the morning and evening feeds were bone dry with just the Orioles but now I'm having to discard contaminated feed with the Robins leaving their marks.

Any suggestions?
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