About 8am today, I put out a dish of grape jelly on the off-chance there was an Oriole in the neighborhood. By the time I got in the house, a male Oriole was sipping the jelly. A second Oriole appeared seconds later, followed by a RB Grosbeak, followed by a goldfinch in glorious color. All were on the feeder at the same time. Meanwhile, a FOY Brown Thrasher landed atop the nearby rail fence. . An eye-popping show of brilliant colors.
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