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  1. S. WI 8/14, 4pm. I would like to mention first that this yellow oriole turned orange once I downloaded it to my laptop so even if it is a Baltimore it was a very yellow bird, which is why I’m here. I have seen yellow male Baltimores so I would imagine there are yellow females also? With that said, if the bird is a Baltimore can you please tell me what characteristics make it that and not an Orchard? I'm here to learn! ☺️ ALSO, in the last two photos of the pair of Baltimores, I was wondering if the bird on the right could positively be identified as a female or is it the wrong time of year for that? Any info is helpful, thanks so much!
  2. S. WI 8/4. I was wondering if you could tell what oriole it is in the first three photos? The second photo is not in focus (not the bird anyway!), and it's too bad because that's the only one that shows the wing bars ?. There is another bird near the oriole- a house sparrow? The last photo looks like a cowbird finch to me ?. ? This was 3-4 pm. Thank you!
  3. Seen March 23rd, 2020 in San Luis Obispo County, CA.
  4. I think this is a baltimore oriole but the head isn't black if it is male and the body very orange if is it female, so I am unsure what it is. It was spotted June 25, 2020 in a wooded park area north of Port Rowan, Ontario. It is feeding babies.
  5. Box Canyon, SE AZ, in late July. Habitat was semi-arid, rocky canyon with lots of ocotillo, agave, yucca, etc. There were lots of Hooded Orioles present, but was thinking this guy might have been a Scott's or something else... unfortunately, he kept mostly hidden on the other side of this big agave flower. (Bill is not curved which is why I was thinking it wasn't Hooded, but it looks like it might be a young juvenile due to the pinkish gape, so not sure if that changes anything)
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