Oro Valley, Arizona

Bird of the Month: We love them so much, we've given Orioles two months!


March & April 2010 - Bird of the Month

Orioles are arboreal and tend to feed in the canopy. Many species are able to survive in open forests and woodlands, although a few are restricted to closed forest. They are opportunistic omnivores, with the main components of their diet being fruit, berries, and arthropods. Orioles are monogamous, breeding in territorial pairs.). The nest is a deep woven cup suspended like a hammock from a branch. They usually lay two or three eggs, but as many as six have been recorded.


Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orioles


Come see how we feed Orioles at http://www.tucsonaz.wbu.com/content/show/19080