What Baltimore Orioles eat; insects, fruit and nectar. This is a list of some insects that they eat; grasshoppers, spiders, caterpillars, web worms and flies. We put out orange slices, and sugar water in a small dish for them. We use the same mixture of sugar water that we make for the hummingbirds.
The Baltimore Oriole likes ripe, dark-colored fruit; cherries, mulberries ,dark grapes, etc. Besides the fruit they will eat; insects, spiders, grasshoppers, beetles, caterpillars, and fall web worms, just to name a few.
To attract the Orioles to your yard, put out oranges and ripe dark grapes that have been cut in half. Plus plant nectar-bearing flowers, and crab apple trees, etc.
The Baltimore Oriole will breed in North America and will migrate to Central and South America for the winter.
The Baltimore Oriole will spend their winters in Mexico and Central and South American. They will migrate in flocks, heading north in early spring time so that they can start mating, nesting and raising their young ones.
They like to eat fruits, berries, insects, bugs, beetles, wasps, etc. They will go to flowers for nectar. The birds are attracted to orange colors; they like to eat oranges half’s, will go to sugar-water feeders (the feeders that are made for the Orioles that you fill up with sugar water)