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Bullock's Oriole, female

Icterus bullockii


Pale grayish brownish to yellowish upperparts, with indistinct dark streaking, but without black. Yellowish or dull greenish gray underparts, becoming paler on belly. Throat often with some black. Wings gray-brown, with one or two indistinct wingbars.


Open woodlands near streams. They also like to drink from hummingbird feeders.


Soft focus because I was shooting from inside the house through the window screen. She might be a juvenile female, as they are more yellow when young.

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LauraPound 8 years ago

Thank you Ali. She is. She could hear the camera, and she was responding to the sounds in the last two photos. Couldn't quite figure out where it was coming from.

Ali Hemati Pour
Ali Hemati Pour 8 years ago

So Sweet!

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California, USA

Spotted on Jun 1, 2013
Submitted on Jun 4, 2013

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