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Bar-winged Oriole

Icterus maculialatus

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Very local, poorly known black-and-yellow oriole of Chiapas and northern Central America. Favors brushy oak woodlands and semi-deciduous scrubby areas, especially with oaks. Associates with other orioles at flowering and fruiting trees, but often remains inside cover and thus easily overlooked. Male is the only yellow-and-black oriole in its range with a white wingbar. Female and immature resemble Black-cowled Oriole (usually not in the same areas), but wings grayish (not contrastingly blackish) with narrow whitish wingbar.

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