Baltimore Oriole near a river, summer in New England
At the feeder, picture taken through the glass patio door with zoom lens, Bird very shy!
Taken with zoom setting, bird very high up, you usually hear them before you see them.
A female Baltimore Oriole in the process of building its unique hanging nest.
Getting a drink of the Hummingbirds sugar water solution on the morning of June 20, 2007
Getting ready to get a drink of the Hummingbirds sugar water solution on the morning of June 20, 2007
Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula)
Baby oriole on my Norfolk pine
A male Baltimore Oriole drinking sugarwater at the hummer feeder on May 3rd, Ohio. Rare visitor to my yard.
We had several Baltimore Orioles in May of 2008 and they loved the oranges and grape jelly. This is a male.
Yummy! Grape jelly!
The exact orange color as an orange. Male working its offspring in a bag nest.
Baltimore Oriole male in one of our River Birch trees
Southwest of Ithaca, Michigan. Photo courtesy of Ken Blackford. Copyright Ken Blackford. San Diego, Ca.