Baltimore Oriole

Date of our first picture:  May, 2010

Location of our first photograph:  Platte City, MO

Also known as:  (Icterus galbula)

Interesting fact(s):  It is the state bird of Maryland.

The Baltimore Oriole received its name from the fact that the male's colors resembled those on the coat of arms of Lord Baltimore.

Additional Information:  http://identify.whatbird.com/obj/567/overview/Baltimore_Oriole.aspx

Comments:  We don't have a very good picture of this bird yet. We first saw it on our hummingbird feeder where it liked to hang almost upside down while drinking from the feeder.



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