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By wilfire
#90823
Would love some help with a positive ID on what I think is a Female Bullock's Oriole.

Smaller than a Robin and spotted in Abbotsford last week, the lack of a strong eyeline, grey chest and very yellow face tells me its not an immature male. I think I can rule out the tanagers and other orioles but I am not sure.

ImageBird by Chris Wilford, on Flickr
By Steveear
#90981
Way to distinguish between the Robin and the Oriole. Although both species have orange breasts, However, they still have a lot of differences. Robins are larger than orioles in overall size. Robins have a round and stout body, a gray head, back, and wings, while the Oriole is slimmer with a glossy black head, back, and wings.
By Steveear
#91000
Steveear wrote: Nov 04 8:34 pm Way to distinguish between the Robin and the Oriole. Although both species have orange breasts, However, they still have a lot of differences. Robins are larger than orioles in overall size. Robins have a round and stout body, a gray head, back, and wings, while the Oriole is slimmer with a glossy black head, back, and wings.
Knowing the difference between a robin and an oriole will help you distinguish them easily.
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