Bird Sounds: Baltimore Oriole

Credit: U.S. National Park Service

Listen to the bird sounds of the Baltimore Oriole.

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Compliments of The Macaulay Library at The Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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Last week, I put out grape

By WendyK

Last week, I put out grape jelly, as I have a feeder just for that. Within the hour there was an Oriole. Now there have been three of them coming for the jelly. It is fun to watch them play around along with colorful Goldfinches and Cardinals. I put out oiled sunflower seeds only as well as the jelly. We are in NorthWest Wisconsin.

We have a pair of Baltimore

By sharon99

We have a pair of Baltimore Oriole come for the past 3 yrs. I love their beautiful song. I watched the male in the top of our elm tree calling to the female. Soon she came and they went from limb to limb singing to one another. We have an Oriole feeder and see her there quite often, not him so much. We live in northeastern Oklahoma

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