Orchard Oriole

This oriole often builds its nest in orchards, hence, its name the Orchard Oriole.

The Orchard Oriole is a small species of blackbird loosely territorial and a bit solitary. In areas of dense nesting, such as urban areas, one tree may contain multiple Orchard Oriole nests.

 
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Nesting

Nesting Habits of Orchard Orioles

Orchard Orioles build their nests in orchards, gardens, and suburban areas.

The nests of Orchard Orioles are constructed of grass woven into a cup shape. After lining them with fine grass, plant down, wool and feathers, the Orchard Orioles hang their nests from the fork of a tree branch out on the limb. These nests contain 3-7 Orchard Oriole eggs that are light blue with black markings.

 

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