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African Black-headed Oriole
Alternative names: Eastern Black-headed Oriole; Black-headed Oriole
Bright yellow body, black head, olive central tail feathers, yellowish edge of its inner secondaries, flesh-coloured beak.
 Similar Species
It can be distinguished from other similar species (eg the Western Black-headed Oriole or the Montane Oriole) by its olive central tail feathers and the yellowish edge of its inner secondaries.
Oriolus larvatus has six subspecies:1
Inhabits Acacia woodland and other types of open woodland as well as being seen in mangroves and forest.
The diet includes small fruit as well as large insects. The young are fed mostly with caterpillars.
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