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Yellow Oriole

Icterus nigrogularis

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Quite common and conspicuous in lowlands in northern South America, where it resides in open woodlands, second growth, and gardens. Typical plumage pattern for an oriole, but more yellow and less black than other species. Especially note yellow back and limited black mask and bib. One thin white wingbar and narrow edges on flight feathers. Female slightly duller than male.

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