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Hooded Oriole

Icterus cucullatus

Description:

Orange and Black

Habitat:

Open woods, shade trees, palms. Breeds in groves of trees (such as cottonwood, walnut, sycamore) along streams and in canyons, and in open woods in lowlands. Often common in suburbs and city parks. Especially favors palm trees, and will nest in isolated groups of palms even in cities.


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daniel.dparsons
Spotted by
daniel.dparsons

LA, California, USA

Lat: 34.04, Long: -118.23

Spotted on May 19, 2017
Submitted on May 29, 2017

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