The Baltimore oriole is among the most recognizable wild birds of northeastern America with its bright orange breast. However, the males do not acquire this colorful plumage until the end of their second year. They most commonly eat insects, but will readily supplement their diet with a large number of fruits or even nectar.
The oriole can be found in wooded urban areas, backyards and parks throughout the northeast.
Suggested Feeder Types: Oriole ,
- White Proso Millet