If you live around the foothills and deserts of southwest America, you may have spotted this bright yellow and black member of the oriole family. It’s probably best that Scott’s oriole is found mostly in uninhabited areas, as it is usually the first bird of the day to begin singing, often times before the sun rises.
While this bird enjoys a wide variety of fruits, it is most often searching for insects to fill its belly.
Suggested Feeder Types: Oriole ,
- White Proso Millet