This Bullock’s Oriole Was A Great Find In California And I Happily Added Him To My Life List

This Bullock’s Oriole Was A Great Find In California And I Happily Added Him To My Life List

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Bullock’s Oriole

They look a lot like the Baltimore Oriole, but they have and orange face and a bit more white on their wings. You can find them from Southern Canada down through Mexico, they’ll winter in the tropics. The fall migration starts early, they will fly in small flocks leaving the north by the end of July! Caterpillars are their favorite insect, but they will also get nectar from flowers and drink from sugar-water feeders as well as feed at fruit put out at feeders.

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