Baltimore Oriole Gallery (page 4)
The Baltimore Oriole is a small, brightly-colored songbird native to North America
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The Baltimore Oriole is a small, brightly-colored songbird native to North America, and is the state bird of Maryland and has been adopted as the mascot for the Baltimore Orioles baseball team, distinctive black and orange plumage, with males having an orange head, back, wings and tail while females have more yellowish-orange coloring, and are typically found in open woodlands near water sources such as rivers or streams. They feed on insects, fruits and nectar from flowers. During breeding season they build hanging nests of grasses and plant fibers that are often suspended from tree branches high above the ground. The male will sing to attract a mate during this time of year as well as defend its territory against other birds. The Baltimore Oriole migrates south in winter months to warmer climates where food sources are more plentiful before returning north in springtime when temperatures begin to rise again.