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Came to get sugar from a bowl to feed its young one. The yellow oriole is a is a 20–21 cm long, 38 g weight bird, with mainly yellow plumage. The adult male has a black eye mask, thin black throat line, black tail and black wings with a white wing bar and some white feather edging. The female is similar but slightly duller, and the juvenile bird has an olive-tinged yellow back, and lacks black on the face.
Island of Bonaire.