Spring visitor....Baltimore Oriole - Birds Photo By: Alan Murphy

They are back I saw them yesterday in the azelea.Baltimore Oriole - Birds Photo By: Alan Murphy

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

Bird photography is one of the best popular part of nature photography.Of course the birds you see below don't live in most of your backyards and it is really

Baltimore Oriole by Paul Sparks

Baltimore Oriole Greeting Card for Sale by Paul Sparks

Like hummingbirds orioles love to consume sugar water from a feeder.  Colorful visitors to coax into one's yard. The one shown here is a Baltimore Oriole, an eastern, North American, migratory breeding bird and -- State Bird of Maryland.

Like hummingbirds orioles love to consume sugar water from a feeder. Colorful visitors to coax into one's yard. The one shown here is a Baltimore Oriole, an eastern, North American, migratory breeding bird and -- State Bird of Maryland.

BALTIMORE ORIOLE BIRD - We see these beautiful birds every year!

Baltimore Oriole - has been visting my Hibiscus and Hummingbird feeders this year. time ever seen in my backyard.

Baltimore Oriole - put out some oranges in the spring to attact them to your yard. mine have been coming back every year. they also love grape jelly. It's fun to watch the adults feed the babies at the feeder. show up end of April for me.

How to attract Baltimore Orioles to your yard. They're so pretty and the state bird.

Baltimore Oriole, May 2004.  We had a late snow in April so there wasn't much food available for any birds. They stayed for about 3 weeks. This is the first time I saw them in my yard and never since.

Oriole - I haven't seen one in years but not for lack of trying. I have an Oriole feeder, I put out oranges.

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

Using a suet feeder as a simple fruit feeder to attract Orioles and other fruit loving birds. This is a great idea.

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 by Randy Knauf Seen: Conway, Arkansas 1984 . These are beautiful birds and we have had a pair the last two years.

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