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Baltimore Oriole
Jillian Manton
I was visiting a friend who puts out lots of bird feeders and thru trial and error discovered the Baltimore Orioles enjoy strawberry jam. I was fortunate to be there with camera in hand to capture this moment.
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Baltimore Oriole
Jillian Manton
I was visiting a friend who has lots of bird feeders attracting a wonderful variety of birds. I was lucky enough to get this photo of the Baltimore Oriole enjoying strawberry jam.
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Baltimore Oriole
Jillian Manton
I was visiting a friend who has many bird feeders in her backyard and was lucky enough to get this picture of the Baltimore Oriole eating strawberry jam.
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Baltimore Oriole: Icterus galbula
Lawrence Wicks
This Oriole was feeding from the Sakura blossoms on the peak blossom day.
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BALTIMORE ORIOLE
BRENDA DOHERTY
THERE WERE A FEW BALTIMORE ORIOLES VISITING OUR BACK YARD THIS SUMMER. I MANAGED TO GET THIS SHOT AFTER WAITING PATIENTLY FOR QUITE SOME TIME.
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Baltimore Oriole
Cathleen Mewis
Baltimore Oriole
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Baltimore Oriole
Jillian Manton
I was visiting with a friend of mine who gets numerous birds in her backyard. She has discovered that the orioles enjoy strawberry jam.
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Baltimore Oriole
KATHLEEN CARPENTER
This picture is in my backyard in Moonstone where i have waited for this guy to come
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Baltimore Oriole
Susan Enders
We've had an abundance of Orioles in the yard this season.
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BALTIMORE ORIOLE
BRENDA DOHERTY
THIS BALTIMORE ORIOLE WAS SITTING IN THE MAPLE TREE IN OUR BACK YARD.
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Baltimore Oriole (male)
Bill McMullen
While photographing yellow warblers, several male baltimore orioles began feeding on a choke berry blossoms. Waiting patiently, at the edge of the shrub, I was able to get photographs of the orioles.
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Baltimore Oriole
Larry Kowalchuk
The spring sound of the Baltimore Oriole is a sure sign that summer is arriving soon.
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BALTIMORE ORIOLE
BRENDA DOHERTY
THIS BALTIMORE ORIOLE WAS PERCHED IN THE MAPLE TREE IN MY BACK YARD.
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BALTIMORE ORIOLE
BRENDA DOHERTY
WHILE I WAS SITTING ON THE PATIO AT OUR HOME, THIS MALE BALTIMORE ORIOLE PERCHED IN OUR MAPLE TREE IN FRONT OF ME.
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BALTIMORE ORIOLE
BRENDA DOHERTY
I WAS SITTING ON THE PATIO WITH MY CAMERA, WHEN THIS BALTIMORE ORIOLE PERCHED ON A BRANCH IN THE MAPLE TREE.
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BALTIMORE ORIOLE
BRENDA DOHERTY
I WAS SITTING ON MY PATIO WITH MY CAMERA, WHEN THIS BALTIMORE ORIOLE PERCHED ON A BRANCH IN OUR MAPLE TREE.
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Baltimore Oriole - Icterus Gabula,
Debbie Oppermann
"Baltimore Oriole On The Line" by Debbie Oppermann.This gorgeous male was perched on the clothesline in the rain and the plumage color was superb!
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Baltimore Oriole
Robert Ferguson

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Baltimore Oriole - Icterus Gabula
Debbie Oppermann
"Baltimore Oriole In The Blossoms" by Debbie Oppermann. A young male Baltimore Oriole perches in the Crab Apple Tree seeming to smell the lovely pink blossoms blooming in spring. When the blossoms are blooming, it is always a wish to catch the songbirds in the flowers!
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BaltimoreOriole - Icterus Gabula
Debbie Oppermann
"Baltimore Oriole In Spruce Tree" by Debbie Oppermann. Usually each spring I get the Baltimore Oriole in my backyard for just a day. I don't know where it goes after but I am prepared for it with the feeder out and the fresh oranges. This year, so far, was no exception, with the male Baltimore Oriole staying one afternoon, eating the oranges, sipping from the feeder, perching on the trees and clothesline and the next day nowhere to be seen.
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Orioles - Baltimore, Orchard
Debbie Oppermann
"Baltimore And Orchard Orioles" by Debbie Oppermann. It was quite exciting to see both the Baltimore Oriole and the Orchard Oriole together in the Spruce tree in spring in Guelph Ontario Canada. I had never seen an Orchard Oriole before and I very rarely see a Baltimore Oriole so to say it was thrilling to get both at the same time was an understatement. They are quite different in coloring with the Orchard Oriole being a burnished russet rather that the deep orange of the Baltimore and it is also smaller than the very brilliant Baltimore Oriole.
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Baltimore Oriole
Chris Seager
Male Baltimore Oriole in Hackberry tree
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Baltimore Oriole
Val Blair
I was on the look-out for migrating birds and saw a flash of orange. There on a shrub was this handsome Baltimore Oriole, waiting for his moment in the spotlight.
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Baltimore Oriole
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Baltimore oriole
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Baltimore oriole in apple tree
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Baltmore Oriole
Rick Dobson
Image taken in a local arboretum in the spring of the year. All the apple trees are in blossom and this is my favourite time to take pictures.
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Baltimore Oriole - Icterus Gabula
Debbie Oppermann
"Oriole On The Line" by Debbie Oppermann. Usually each spring I get the Baltimore Oriole in my backyard for just a day. I don't know where it goes after but I am prepared for it with the feeder out and the fresh oranges. This year, so far, was no exception, with the male Baltimore Oriole staying one afternoon, eating the oranges, sipping from the feeder, perching on the trees and clothesline and the next day nowhere to be seen.
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Baltimore Oriole
Susan Enders
Oriole visited my cherry tree.
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Baltimore Oriole
Susan Enders
Oriole visited my cherry tree.
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BALTIMORE ORIOLE
BRENDA DOHERTY
I WAS SITTING ON MY PATIO WITH MY CAMERA WHEN THIS MALE BALTIMORE ORIOLE LANDED ON MY NEW HUMMINGBIRD FEEDER.IT WAS REALLY CHECKING IT OUT. SO I SNAPPED A PHOTO.
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Baltimore Oriole
Alexis Hayes
A Baltimore Oriole looks for bugs and seeds perched on a branch.
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Baltimore Oriole - Icterus galbula
Debbie Oppermann
"Baltimore On The Line" by Debbie Oppermann. This juvenile Baltimore Oriole perched on the yellow clothesline seems to be listening. They are colorful songbirds even when young and very active. Guelph Ontario
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Baltimore Oriole - Icterus galbula
Debbie Oppermann
"Pretty Girl" by Debbie Oppermann. The female Baltimore Oriole is not as brilliantly coloured as the male but she is still beautiful. She has an orange yellow breast and two white wingbars and is quite lovely. Perched on a Spruce tree branch she seems to be listening. Guelph Ontario
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Baltimore Oriole - Icterus galbula
Debbie Oppermann
"Juvenile Baltimore Oriole" by Debbie Oppermann. This juvenile Baltimore Oriole was flitting in and out of the Porcelain Vine and finally perched for a moment on the wooden fence. These songbirds are quite colourful with their orange yellow breast and white wingbars, even when young. Guelph Ontario
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Baltimore Oriole - Icterus galbula
Debbie Oppermann
"Female Baltimore Oriole" by Debbie Oppermann. I was thrilled to spot the female Baltimore Oriole perched so nicely in the budding tree in the lovely morning light, on a walk, in the spring, in Guelph Ontario. The yellow orange plumage against the bright blue sky was quite striking
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Baltimore Oriole
Suzanne Southon
Stop and Smell the Blossoms The orioles and other birds love it when the apple blossoms open.
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Baltimore Oriole
Suzanne Southon
Evening Song In the early evening, the baltimore oriole was out singing his song.
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Baltimore Oriole
Andreas Vogt
I was walking through thick marsh bush, and came upon this little fellow hiding in the leaves.
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Baltimore Oriole
Bill McMullen
A male Baltimore Oriole perches in my backyard during fall migration. I was able to get a few shots as it perched nicely after drinking nectar from my hummingbird feeder.
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Baltimore Oriole
Jen St. Louis
A juvenile Baltimore Oriole pauses in our garden before hopping down into the waterfall for a bath.
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Baltimore Oriole
Jen St. Louis
A juvenile Baltimore Oriole having a bath in our waterfall.
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Baltimore Oriole
Nancy Speiran
Young Oriole awaits dinner. First day out of the nest. Dad will soon bring mulberries.
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Baltimore Oriole
Nancy Speiran
A pair of Baltimore Orioles were raising their young in my yard and this was their first day out of the nest. In this photo, the male is bringing Mulberries to one of the young ones
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Baltimore Oriole
Larry Kowalchuk
This oriole was captured snacking on a juicy caterpillar in mid spring of this year.
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Baltimore Oriole (male)
Elizabeth Cormack
Enjoying a meal! I saw a flash of orange, looked up to see this oriole feasting on cherries.
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Baltimore Oriole
Gina Rohekar
Baltimore Oriole in nest.
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baltimore oriole
Lynda watkins
A pair of baltimore orioles have come to nest in our neighbourhood for the last few years. It is such a pleasure watching them become proud parents.
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Baltimore Oriole
Sherry Hambly
This beautiful bird landed just a few feet in front of me as I was bird watching at Presquile Park this past spring.
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Baltimore Oriole
Mickey Watkins

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Baltimore Oriole
Liz Miller

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Baltimore Oriole
Barry Tuddenham

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Baltimore oriole
Barry Tuddenham

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Baltimore Oriole
Bob Borreson
A female Baltimore Oriole visits our sunflowers. This female oriole has nested in our neighbourhood and enjoys our saskatoon berries and sunflower plants
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Baltimore Oriole/Icterus galbula
Colin Thomson
My wife, Marea and I were sightseeing and driving on a country raod by a golf coarse and small river near St Mary's, Ontario when we saw a yellow and brown medium sized bird beside the road in the brush. I thought it might be an Evening Grosbeak but then this bright orange and black bird arrived and immediatly I new what they were. A pair of Baltimore Orioles. I grabbed my camera and was lucky enough to take the male's picture just prior to them flying away over the car.
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Baltimore Oriole
Ted Busby
Baltimore Oriole takes time for a tasty treat.