Aloe ferox flowers are a nectar source for Orange-crowned Warbler. "They have a thin white or yellow stripe over the eye, a blackish line through the eye, and a pale partial eyering. The namesake orange crown patch is rarely seen. " Unlike the Hooded Oriole, which also drinks Aloe nectar, this warbler seems unable to pull off the individual flowers and fly away with them. Hooded Orioles have been absent this winter in the garden. In past years, they quickly stripped every flower from Aloe ferox and Aloe thraskii as each flower opened.
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