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This is a beautiful photo of a Baltimore Oriole & his delicate cup nest! © Gary Tyson, Hammond Lake, Tioga, Pennsylvania, June 2006, http://www.flickr.com/photos/garyt48/3610788690/

This is a beautiful photo of a Baltimore Oriole & his delicate cup nest! © Gary Tyson, Hammond Lake, Tioga, Pennsylvania, June 2006, http://www.flickr.com/photos/garyt48/3610788690/

oriole - I saw one in my yard last year, for less than a minute, and it was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen!

oriole - I saw one in my yard last year, for less than a minute, and it was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen!

Baltimore Oriole. Photo taken from: The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America by David Allen Sibley.

Baltimore Oriole. Photo taken from: The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America by David Allen Sibley.

Hope this beautiful guy comes back to my backyard in Oklahoma City.  Last summer I watched a male and female bring four babies to my feeder.

The Power Of Color:40 Superbly Colorful Bird Photos

Hope this beautiful guy comes back to my backyard in Oklahoma City. Last summer I watched a male and female bring four babies to my feeder.

Bird watching in the garden - Feed them fresh fruit - Baltimore Orioles love oranges and Cardinals love grapes.

Bird watching in the garden - Feed them fresh fruit - Baltimore Orioles love oranges and Cardinals love grapes.

Don't forget to put out oranges for the orioles!  And I am finding out the woodpeckers like them too.

Don't forget to put out oranges for the orioles! And I am finding out the woodpeckers like them too.

Baltimore Oriole - Icterus galbula - This icterid blackbird is of the family Icteridae. Icterid 'orioles' are named after the unrelated, but physically similar, Old World family Oriolidae. Found in North America, it is a migratory breeding bird. The common name derives from its colors resembling those on the coat-of-arms of Lord Baltimore

Baltimore Oriole - Icterus galbula - This icterid blackbird is of the family Icteridae. Icterid 'orioles' are named after the unrelated, but physically similar, Old World family Oriolidae. Found in North America, it is a migratory breeding bird. The common name derives from its colors resembling those on the coat-of-arms of Lord Baltimore

Baltimore Oriole - Baltimore Oriole, bird, black, sunshine, twig, white, yellow

Baltimore Oriole - Baltimore Oriole, bird, black, sunshine, twig, white, yellow