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Oriolus chinensis


Yellow with black markings, about eight inches from beak to tail and the wingspan is about nine inches. There are bigger ones about the size of a small dove. Mating call is sometimes different from everyday whistle-like bird call.


Forested groves and fruit orchards


It likes berries and small fruits. They flock together but they are also often seen flying alone. You can see single orioles more often on electric cables and tree tops.

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1 Comment

CathyDeleon 11 years ago

They are mostly around before and during summer.

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Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines

Spotted on Jul 1, 2011
Submitted on Jul 1, 2011

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