Baltimore Oriole

(Icterus galbula)

               
Conservation Status

IUCN Red List

LC - Least Concern

Baltimore Oriole

NatureServe

N5B - Secure Breeding

SNRB - Unranked Breeding

Minnesota

not listed

Occurrence

Common migrant and breeder

Habitat

Openings in deciduous and mixed woodlands, roadsides, orchards

Size

7 to 8 in length

11½ wingspan

    Photo by Joan Rock

Identification

The underparts, shoulder, rump, and outer tail feathers are bright orange.

 
Voice

 

 
Similar
Species

Orchard Oriole (Icterus spurius) is smaller. The male underparts are darker chestnut brown.


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Nesting

 

 
Migration

 


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Taxonomy

Order:

Passeriformes (perching birds)

 

Family:

Icteridae (blackbirds and orioles)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       
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Lynn Rubey
       

A Female Baltimore Oriole perched on top of this small tree along The Minnesota River The Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge.

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Norm & Peg Dibble
       

Happy to see some Baltimore Orioles at our bird feeding station just outside our patio door (photo taken through glass). Attracted them with half a Navel Orange inside a bright red/orange pot and they ate it all up. You can really hear them, if you are outside nearby, loudly scolding other birds when they land on the feeders.

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Gerry Garcia
       

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Wayne Rasmussen
       
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Richard Thrasher
       

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Trisha
       

Orioles

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Icterus galbula

 
     
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O corrupião-de-baltimore ou corrupião-laranja (Icterus galbula) é uma pequena ave migratória que passa o Verão no neárctico. Aproximando-se o Inverno migra para sul (México e áreas a sul dos Estados Unidos).

Os adultos têm um bico pontiagudo e barras brancas nas asas. O macho tem coloração laranja no ventre e a fêmea adulta é amarelo acastanhada no dorso com asas escuras e ventre alaranjado.

Alimentam-se em árvores e arbustos, fazendo voos pequenos para caçarem insectos. Alimentam-se de insectos, bagas e néctar.

 
     

 

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Published on Feb 18, 2015
 
   
 
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A quick look at the adult male Baltimore Oriole which is another bird that reminds me of some kind of tropical bird with its brilliant bright orange and black colors accented with streaks of white in the wings. A real eye catcher.

   
       
       
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Uploaded on May 30, 2010

I was finally able to get a halfway decent shot of a Baltimore Oriole. I've heard them, but they usually fly off before I get a shot.

   
       
  Icterus galbula - Oriol de Baltimore (turpial migratorio). Hembra.
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  Wild Bird House : Orioles Everywhere Spring 2013 Baltimore Orioles & Female Orchard Oriole
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Published on May 14, 2013

A female Orchard Oriole and many Baltimore Orioles on various feeders. Spring 2013 footage. Shot with a Nikon D3100 DSLR.

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  Northern/Baltimore Oriole male eating an orange
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Uploaded on Jun 11, 2011

A male Northern Oriole (Baltimore) eating his favourite food, an orange, at Sylvan Lake, Alberta

   
       
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Uploaded on Nov 4, 2011

A gathering of Baltimore Orioles at our grape jelly. 5.23.2011 Blessings

   
       

 

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Lynn Rubey
8/20/2019

Location: Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge

A Female Baltimore Oriole perched on top of this small tree along The Minnesota River The Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge.

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


Norm & Peg Dibble
5/23/2019

Location: Maple Grove, MN

Happy to see some Baltimore Orioles at our bird feeding station just outside our patio door (photo taken through glass). Attracted them with half a Navel Orange inside a bright red/orange pot and they ate it all up. You can really hear them, if you are outside nearby, loudly scolding other birds when they land on the feeders.

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


Gerry Garcia
5/17/2019

Location: West Bloomington

Female

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


slacy
5/11/2019

Location: Edina MN


Gerry Garcia
5/8/2019

Location: West Bloomington

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


Wayne Rasmussen
5/21/2018

Location: Joy Park

 

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


Andrea Saima
5/9/2018

Location: home in Nowthen MN

I was outside doing clean up (raking leaves) and spotted my first Baltimore Oriole!  ThIs bird has been hanging around for the past three days, checking out the apple trees, lilac bushes, and other variety of trees we have in the yard.  I’m so happy to have seen this bird around!


Richard
Thrasher

6/21/2017

Location: Green Isle, MN

Male and Female Baltimore Orioles are nesting in our yard.

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


Trisha
12/6/2016

Orioles

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


Kirk Nelson
5/23/2015

Location: Myre-Big Island State Park

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


Bill Reynolds
7/1/2013

Location: Pennington Co.

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


Bill Reynolds
5/14/2011

Location: Pennington Co.

Baltimore Oriole, Myre-Big Island State Park


     
     
 
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