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  1. Googled immature orchard orioles and you are right. Thanks! 🐵
  2. In Kiel, Wisconsin in mid-summer a few years ago.
  3. Trying to help a friend identify he yellow and black bird. She says it eats oranges and grape jelly, if that helps. Thanks!
  4. Yes, he was making little twitter like sounds. I was sitting on my porch and saw him at the tree line first, and then he flew to a dwarf evergreen next to the porch. I stayed where I was until he flew to the side yard. I saw him first the day before and he did pretty much the same thing, except I was standing on the porch instead of sitting on the porch swing. As far as being annoyed by my presence, I really didn't do anything to bother him. I was still except for snapping pics.
  5. These are not the best pics because he was in the shade, but you can see still his ruby crown. This is not breeding season, so I wonder why he is showing off like this.
  6. Not familiar with that name, so I guess not. 🐵
  7. That's cool! Wonder if I know the one in PC? Phenix City. No "o" in it. History says the person who named the town wanted it to be different than the mythological bird, but the bird is on lots of signs and things here. Can you PM me the name of your friend? I'm curious. 😊
  8. Thanks Bird Brain! I'm right across from Columbus ,GA across the Chattahoochee River. About as far east you can go in AL.
  9. Saw this Ruby-crowned Kinglet from a distance and could actually see his ruby crown. Then he flew really close to where I was standing. I have taken many photos of these birds, but have never seen the crown, until today. So exciting! Just had to share.
  10. Bama

    OCW or ????

    Thanks everybody. 🐵
  11. Bama

    OCW or ????

    I think you may be right. Thanks!
  12. Seems too yellow to be an Orange Crowned Warbler. Yellow Warbler maybe?
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