By Elaina Ricchetti
The Baltimore Northern Oriole is also called the Icterus Galbula. A main
family member is the Bullock Oriole. The Colours on the Northern Oriole
are flame orange and a black head. For the females the colours are a dull
or olive green on the top and mostly yellow on the bottom.
The size of the Northern Oriole is about 18-20cm in length.
The winter ranges are in American tropics and Southern Mexico southward.
Winter habitat is often in a nest overhanging the city.
The summer range is in Canada and central. U.S also east of Mississippi
River. Summer Habitat is often in American Elm trees .
The Baltimore Orioles often breed with the Bullock Orioles. They breed in
open woods, elms, and shaded trees.
The Orioles voice is a rich, piping song with whistled notes.