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Baltimore Oriole

Roger S

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The first fly-by was yesterday when a female Oriole decided to try out my Hummingbird feeder. I immediately set up and put Orange marmalade and Grape jelly out to see if I could entice them to stay. This morning the male was at it first thing. He dug right into both the marmalade and the jelly.

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Yesterday's female hiding behind the Hummingbird feeder.

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Lovely colourful bird. Like its yellow which appears to vary in intensity.
 

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Lovely colourful bird. Like its yellow which appears to vary in intensity.
The males are so bright orange that you can't miss it, but the females have a lot more of that yellow which blends into a bit of orange. It takes more than a first glance to discern which is which.
 

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Beautiful bird you got there, Roger.
 
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