Photo Study Of A Bullock's Oriole In Douglass Township, PA (Montgomery County), January 3rd, 2011
Davies Family (123
Robin Dr, Barto, PA 19504-9371) discovered an after second year male Bullock's Oriole coming into their
feeders (seed and suet) as well as their
backyard apple orchard for the past few days. They contacted a close friend Cameron Rutt who posted the information this morning on PA Birds and needless to say the
birders showed up to see the 2nd reported male (and the fourth or fifth) Bullock's ever in Pennsylvania. The Davies family could not have been more gracious in welcoming
the visitors, both bird and man, however, there was one heinous Northern Mockingbird that took great delight in tormenting the poor Oriole throughout the morning!
Further, this beautiful Bullock's Oriole can appear bright yellow with orange highlights, and everything in between, depending on its position and the light.
Some Views Of The Bullock's Oriole
The Birders Lined Up To Watch The Bullock's Oriole
The Davies Family Lined Up To Watch The Birders
Ben Davies Bringing Coffee, Tea And Cookies To The Birders
Bullock's Oriole (Icterus bullockii) is a small blackbird (6.7-7.5 inches
long; 12.2 inch wingspan) of the
To see a larger image of any of the photos below, please click on either the thumbnails or the captions...thanks!
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