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Martinique Oriole

Icterus bonana

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Mainly an inhabitant of forest canopies from the coast to the mountains, but also found in plantations and gardens feeding on insects, fruits, and flowers. This species is distinctively patterned with a blackish back and wings, a brown hood, and burnt-orange underparts and shoulders. No similar species occur within its range. Vocalizations include clear whistles and harsh calls.

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Neotropical Birds

Life histories of all species breeding in Mexico, Central America, and South America