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Likelihood of a Baltimore Oriole 30 miles north of Charlotte in Piedmont NC? (1 Viewer)


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I saw a brief glance this morning of a bird that looked to be yellow with black wings fly out of a Holly tree in our yard. The color, and contrast between the two colors, was vivid. I've not seen it in the past. From my trying to id it so far it looks like a female Baltimore but can that be here in the Piedmont portion of NC?
My range maps show that it winters on the coast in NC, and migrates throughout the state. So my guess is it is possible.

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