Attractive orange-and-black oriole of the Yucatan Peninsula, found in brushy woodland, forest edge, and semi-open areas with hedges and scattered trees. Rather similar to local population of Hooded Oriole, which often occurs in the same areas, even in the same flocks at flowering trees. Male Orange Oriole has an orange back, and both sexes have a straight bill (not slightly decurved, as on Hooded), and a less extensive black face and throat mask than Hooded.
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