float: right; } nav#block-sunlightseasons, nav#block-sunlightseasons > ul > li, @import url('/jnorth/themes/custom/jnorth/css/fonts/stylesheet.css'); background: white; They mainly eat insects, berries and nectar, and are often seen sipping at hummingbird feeders. display: inline-block; } Spring: Bald Eagle .nav-embed a { line-height: 50px; } var origOffsetY = menu.offset().top; 2006 Animals.nationalgeographic.com. The incubation period is 12 to 14 days. nav#block-robin > ul, Questions about this map? width: 22px !important; nav#block-tulip > ul > li > a, height: 96px; Other Migratory Birds Migration Map. }); The eggs are pale gray to bluish white in color, measuring 2.3 cm × 1.6 cm (0.91 in × 0.63 in) on average. nav#block-monarch > ul > li, Fall: Hummingbird Sighting (Adult Male) -moz-box-sizing: border-box; color: white; Embed This Map On Your Website. var menu = $('.navbar'); Look way up to find these singers: the male’s brilliant orange plumage blazes from high branches like a torch. The Baltimore Orioles, a Major League Baseball team in Baltimore, Maryland, were named after this bird. padding: 0 !important; } nav#block-tulip a, width: 100%; top: -100px; line-height: 40px; position: absolute; nav#block-monarch, Projects padding-right: 20px; padding-top: 0; padding-top: 2px; Spring: All Other Signs of Spring line-height: 20px; color: #535353; width: 300px; } right: 0; div.block-projecttitle { -moz-osx-font-smoothing: grayscale; Unlike American Robins and many other fruit-eating birds, Baltimore Orioles seem to prefer only ripe, dark-colored fruit. Spring: Robin (First SEEN) font-size: 2em !important; nav#block-sunlightseasons > ul > li > a, #block-jnorth-branding a img { }); Baltimore Oriole, Life History, All About Birds – Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Retrieved on 2012-08-23. border-bottom-right-radius: 1px; } padding-bottom: 4px; } Spring: Habitat Spring: Robin (First HEARD singing) nav#block-mainnavigation a:hover, nav#block-mainnavigation a.is-active { color: gray; padding-left: 20px; .nav-embed .clearfix:after, .nav-embed header:after, .nav-embed > div.primary-nav > nav:after, .nav-embed > div.primary-nav > div:after { width: 100%; Spring: Tulips Bloomed display: none; height: 1.125em !important; padding: 20px; nav#block-symbolicmigration, nav#block-mainnavigation > ul > li > ul.l1 > li { [3][4][5]Adults always have white bars on the wings. padding-top: 4px; width: 100%; } margin-bottom: 10px; } 2002 nav#block-mainnavigation > ul > li { Oriole Migration Map. Spring: Robin (WAVE seen) Fall: Signs of Fall z-index: 9; } box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.25); Livecam #googlesearchform .gscb_a { nav#block-hummingbird a:hover, text-indent: -99999px; font-weight: normal; } padding-top: 0; If the weather is favorable, it will take an oriole about 2-3 weeks to complete his migration north to … padding-top: 4px; } [7] If they discover a well-kept feeder, orioles lead their young to the same feeder. font-size: 36px; padding-bottom: 4px; -webkit-text-size-adjust: none; Donate, E-mail Home Spring: Milkweed (FIRST sighted) padding: 1px !important; nav#block-mainnavigation > ul > li > ul.l1 > li > ul.l2 { div#block-symbolicmigrationtitle, The spraying of insecticides may poison them occasionally and nesting and other habits are sometimes interrupted by clear-cutting. $('.carousel').carousel(); "The potential of fruiting trees to enhance converted habitats for migrating birds in southern Mexico". Bald Eagle color: #535353; div#block-hummingbirdtitle #project-menu-toggle, position: relative; } padding-bottom: 0; } right: 100px; Spring: Monarch Adult Sighted Spring: Robin (Nesting Behavior) border-top-right-radius: 1px; } display: table; This species is generally considered monogamous, although evidence suggests that extra-pair copulation is reasonably common. opacity: .75; font-size: .875em; display: none; Below is a map containing Oriole "final sighting" data from our users. Nearby, you might spot the female weaving her remarkable hanging nest from slender fibers. nav#block-hummingbird a, This medium-sized passerine measures 17–22 cm (6.7–8.7 in) in length and spans 23–32 cm (9.1–13 in) across the wings. The Baltimore Oriole's nest is built by the female. } nav#block-sunlightseasons a, list-style: none; var cx = '001362106099760246556:kl-z1sbpxrs'; list-style: none; } padding: 0; list-style: none; width: 240px; } Select Species or Event top: 0; Spring: Practice Report (Any Species) nav#block-monarch > ul > li > a, Mystery Class [2] The male oriole is slightly larger than the female, although the size dimorphism is minimal by icterid standards. background: #e4e5e6; Spring: Oriole (1st Baltimore) position: absolute; /* top: -8px; */ Register. nav#block-hummingbird > ul, border-top: 5px solid gray; Spring: Leaf-Out (Any Species) Spring: Hummingbird, Nectaring from Flowers Citizen Science Projects • Terms of Use nav * { border-left-color: #0074d9 !important; Some areas of the southern United States may retain orioles all winter if they have feeders that appeal to them. Habitat Project 2003 nav.block-project a:hover { nav#block-robin > ul > li > a, padding-bottom: 0px; #googlesearchform { background: #99bfde; Spring: Monarch Adult (FIRST sighted) nav#block-tulip > ul > li > a, nav#block-mainnavigation > ul > li > ul.l1 { -webkit-transition: all .25s; The Baltimore Oriole is a rare vagrant to western Europe. 2007 } #googlesearchform { Fall: Hummingbird, Nectaring from Flowers nav#block-mainnavigation > ul > li { line-height: 40px; Gray Whale div#block-hummingbirdtitle, Baltimore Orioles sometimes use their bills in an unusual way, called “gaping”: they stab the closed bill into soft fruits, then open their mouths to cut a juicy swath from which they drink with their tongues. Baltimore Orioles are basically solitary outside of their mating season. nav.block-project > ul > li > a { Fall: Symbolic Monarch Participants Please email us. Report Sightings Login. z-index: 9; } position: absolute; Spring: Frog (First HEARD singing) font: 11px system-ui; Sightings Oriole Migration Map. nav#block-symbolicmigration, Spring: Robin (OTHER Observations) nav#block-robin > ul > li > a,