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Audubon's Oriole

Oriole d'Audubon

Icterus graduacauda


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Life, Habitat & Pictures of the Audubon's Oriole

B L W W W Family Latin Name
9.5" 24.1cm 12" 30.5cm 1.3oz 36.9g Icteridae Icterus graduacauda

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Audubon's Oriole

Distribution: The Audubon's Oriole is one of the most southern orioles species seen in North America north of the Rio Grande River. It is recognized by its yellow body with a black hood, bib, wings and tail. It is seen only in the southeastern corner of Texas and along the eastern regions of Mexico. This oriole species will show up at birdfeeders, in the late winter and early spring months, when citrus fruits or jellies are put out.




References to Other Bird Sites:

Avibase - the world bird database

ABA - American Birding Association

AOS - The American Ornitholgy Society

ABC - American Bird Conservancy

eBird - TheCornellLab of Ornithology

NA - National Geographic

NAC - National Audubon Society


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