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Non-descript buffy-brownish and can be confusing compared to both adults and other oriole species.
 Similar species
Yellow extending further forward on the underside than any other species of the Greater Antillean Oriole complex.
Endemic to Bahamas (Andros, Great Abaco and Little Abaco).
Seems sensitive to nest predation by Shiny Cowbird, so far with the most severe consequences in Bahamas where the bird is threatened.
Often found near palms from sea level up to mid elevation.
Palms are used both for nesting and for foraging. Food includes fruit, nectar, insects, and flowers.
Song activity just after dawn but is not common.
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