The Biggest Animals Kingdom and in The World | Baltimore Oriole | The dimensions measured paseriforme 17-22 cm (6.7 to 8.7 inches) long and extends from 23 to 32 cm (9.1 to 13 inches) across the wings. The oriole male is slightly larger than females, although the size dimorphism is minimal icterid standards. Adults always have white wing bars. The male is orange patch on the shoulder and hip, the lower part of some birds, very deep orange flames and others, that we take the yellow-orange. The adult female is yellow-brown on top with yellow-orange and dark dull wings on the chest and abdomen. The smallest oriole is similar in appearance to the female, males have reached their second year of adult plumage until autumn. These birds are in the Nearctic during the summer, especially in the eastern United States. Adapted from Wisconsin to Maine and south-central Mississippi and Alabama and northern Georgia. The Baltimore Oriole, is a rare vagrant to western Europe. Baltimore Orioles is often found at the top of large trees, deciduous, but usually live in deep forests. In Mexico, in winter, flowering trees covered, often through coffee plantations shade.
Baltimore Orioles are basically solitary outside the breeding season. Men spring establish a territory and then show women singing and chatting while jumping from branch to branch in front of her. Depending on the receptivity, women can ignore these screens or sing and screening your calls or wings quiver in response. Screen quiver wing includes leaning forward, often flying with wings and fanned tail or shaking slightly. The nest of the Baltimore Orioles is built by the female.
Trees as elms, poplars, maples, willows and apple trees are nesting sites is regularly selected by the nest usually about 7-9 m (23-30 ft) above the ground. If you destroy the eggs, young or nest, oriole (unlike other birds), not to be known to provide a replacement of the clutch can. The record for the longest a wild bird was 11 years and 7 months, Orioles captivity live up to 14 years. The free-flying birds on power lines, cars, radio towers or buildings that fly frequently kill. Predation is also a common cause of death usually occurs with eggs, chicks and birds. Common predators Baltimore Oriole nests include common grackle, American crows, jays, black-billed magpies, squirrels and cats. In western Massachusetts, birds of prey have caused the loss of 16% of the eggs and 9% of young and budding power to make up for loss of trees and shrubs, which also makes short flights to insects.
Unlike robins and many other fruit-eating birds, Baltimore Orioles, just seem ripe fruit, choose a darker shade. Orioles looking black berries, red cherries and dark purple grapes and green grapes are ignored and yellow cherries also due. Many people are attracted by the Baltimore Orioles Oriole Feeder with their backyard. Oriole feeders contain essentially the same food as hummingbird feeders, but they are designed for the Orioles and instead of red, orange and have more hangers. Baltimore Orioles are also halved oranges, grape jelly, and in their winter quarters, the red nuclei of Gumbo Limbo (Bursera simaruba) memories. If they find a maintained power Orioles carry their young in the same bed.