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icterus galbula

  1. Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole

    Grabbed the camera from inside to get a shot of RT Hawk fending off Bald Eagle. Missed that scene, but this guy landed right in front of me for a short while.
  2. Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole

    Seems to be rather attracted to these leaves or buds
  3. Baltimore Oriole (adult female)

    Baltimore Oriole (adult female)

    Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula) adult female.
  4. Baltimore Oriole (male)

    Baltimore Oriole (male)

    Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula) male.
  5. Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole

    Perhaps tired from a long overwater migration flight, this adult female settled down onto the ground to feed.
  6. Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole

    A brilliant adult male attracted to orange halves impaled on twigs by volunteers. They are unrelated to the Old World Orioles (family Oriolidae), but are actually New World Blackbirds (family Icteridae). Although they hybridize in Kansas and Nebraska with the western Bullock's Oriole, DNA...
  7. Baltimore Oriole (male)

    Baltimore Oriole (male)

    Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula) male.
  8. Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula) male drinking from standing water on a leaf.
  9. 1155.jpg

    1155.jpg

    Baltimore Oriole, my first rare bird during my week of bird watching in Sweden. This bird is not supposed to be in Sweden.Immigrate from North to Central America. I can't help wondering what the bird was thinking flying over all the water and it was getting colder by the day Called...
  10. A great 1st of the year bird :)

    A great 1st of the year bird :)

    Male Baltimore Oriole. Baltimore Orioles do not molt into bright-orange adult plumage until the fall of their second year.
  11. Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole

    This brilliant orange and black oriole was attracted to orange halves impaled on twigs near the parking lot. This is an adult male. They are unrelated to the Old World Orioles (family Oriolidae), but instead are classified with the New World Blackbirds (family Icteridae). Although this species...
  12. Baltimore Oriole_female-1

    Baltimore Oriole_female-1

    Getting wary of my presence
  13. Baltimore Oriole_female

    Baltimore Oriole_female

    First time at the station, enjoying the oranges.
  14. One handsome dude

    One handsome dude

    Male Baltimore Oriole The male’s brilliant orange plumage blazes from high branches like a torch.
  15. Baltimore Oriole, immature-3

    Baltimore Oriole, immature-3

    Singing his little heart out.
  16. Baltimore Oriole, immature-2

    Baltimore Oriole, immature-2

    A little preening.
  17. Baltimore Oriole_immature

    Baltimore Oriole_immature

    Daughter took these yesterday for me. I haven't seen one until today in the front yard.
  18. Mr. Vibrant

    Mr. Vibrant

    Baltimore Oriole the male’s brilliant orange plumage blazes from high branches like a torch. Nearby, you might spot the female weaving her remarkable hanging nest from slender fibers.
  19. I think they're on their way out

    I think they're on their way out

    Baltimore Oriole They've been feeding up a storm so I'm assuming they are getting ready for some migration
  20. Just a bunch of branches

    Just a bunch of branches

    Oh and a Baltimore Oriole Still widespread and common, but surveys show declines in recent decades. In the mid 20th century, Dutch elm disease killed many of the American elms that had been favorite nesting trees for this species in the past.
  21. Pretty Boy

    Pretty Boy

    Male Baltimore Oriole. They are arriving. The male oriole is slightly larger than the female, although the size dimorphism is minimal by icterid standards. Adults always have white bars on the wings. The adult male is orange on the underparts shoulder patch and rump, with some birds appearing...
  22. Another guy I love

    Another guy I love

    Male Baltimore Oriole
  23. Baltimore Oriole In the Hibiscus hedge

    Baltimore Oriole In the Hibiscus hedge

    Baltimore Oriole, (Icterus galbula) Wasn’t sure where to put this since this species breeds in North America but this guy was on vacation in Costa Rica when this photo was taken so into the Central American section it goes. Sadly, since this was taken the landlord has severely cut back this...
  24. Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole

    Female Baltimore Oriole dealing with the cold temps as the sun sets
  25. Baltimore Oriole

    Baltimore Oriole

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