I saw this bird today at Laguna Grande Park in Monterey, California. I am fairly sure it is an Orchard Oriole, but am curious if anyone sees anything different in it. The bird was larger than nearby Yellow-rumped Warblers, but its size was hard to judge because its tail was reduced to a very short stub. I am not sure if this is the result of normal molt or of some misadventure. The bird was solidly lemon yellow below. It was a dark day and all of my photos showed a dark bird against a dark sky. I have brightened each one with photo editing software, but the result produces a color more orange-yellow than the bird appeared in life. I never got a very good look at the upperparts, but the wings were dark with (it seemed) a single wing bar. They also looked like they might be in molt, however. The bill looks oriole-like, though rather thin. Any thoughts?