Gray Catbirds returned to my yard on May 4th from their winter homes in the southern states.
They aren't typically feeder birds, but you can possibly bring them in by offering fruit. So besides the orange halves I had out for the orioles, I also put out a softening pear, hoping they'd take me up on my offer.
It wasn't long before not only one, but two catbirds enjoyed my fruit offering.
In case you missed it, check out this video post of my fruit-eating (and meewing) catbird.
Catbirds might also eat softened raisins as well as the fruit in our WBU Fruit Cakes Suet Dough.
Why not try offering more fruit at your birdfeeders and see what birds take you up on your offer!