The Hooded Oriole, a New World Oriole, is a medium-sized bird named for the orange hood found on the male.
Although many Hooded Orioles migrate, some of these birds are happy to spend the winter where they are thanks to bird feeders.
Nesting Habits of the Hooded Oriole
After mating, the female Hooded Oriole produces 3-7 eggs which are white with brown spots at the larger end.
The Hooded Oriole nest is a pouch affixed to a tree branch. When the tree is a palm, the Hooded Oriole pushes fibers through, sewing the nest to the leaf.
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