golden oriole

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Synonyms for golden oriole

bright yellow songbird with black wings

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In a statement, the German-based Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS), said numerous endangered species such as Golden Oriole, Hoopoe, Wryneck, Collared Flycatcher and even two owls were freed from traps.
The filly was bred in Kentucky by High Creek Farm from the Northern Dancer mare Golden Oriole, a sister to champions El Gran Senor and Try My Best.
Warm sunshine filtered through the branches as a golden oriole, brilliant yellow with black wings, made flute-like calls in the leafy canopy above.
A flurry of Golden Oriole records in Wales this spring are lost migrants: two on Bardsey, one on Anglesey, and the most recent near Llanfair TH, a village that rarely makes the birding headlines.
There were pictures of exotic birds like the golden oriole and birds of paradise with cascading tail feathers in jewel colours.
AMONG bird species which bred in Britain and are increasing against the backdrop of climate change are cirl bunting, Cetti's warbler, golden oriole, goldfinch and collared dove.
Their dam, the Northern Dancer mare Golden Oriole, is a sister to champions El Gran Senor and Try My Best.
Golden Oriole, Blue-headed Wagtail, Pied Flycatcher, Firecrest and Glaucous Gull and Iceland Gull have also been on the island this week, though rarer than all of these for the island was a House Sparrow
By Gone West, Castle Gandolfo was the best son of his dam Golden Oriole (Northern Dancer), who also threw high-class US runner Devonwood.
Ynys Enlli (Bardsey) had a great week, with an Eastern Subalpine Warbler, Golden Oriole, Blue-headed Wagtail, Siberian Chiffchaff and a possible Siberian Lesser Whitethroat - although its certain identity awaits a DNA test in an Aberdeen laboratory.
The golden oriole last Friday, at Martin Mere, was far more elusive, being glimpsed by just Andy Bunting and Tony Disley, as far as I am aware.
The Nuttery, a Middlesex firm that specialises in bird-feeders, is selling a model called the Golden Oriole as "a perfectly crafted piece of fine jewellery for the garden".
A Golden Oriole there on Monday was the second in successive years, while 33 Great Northern Divers off Pontllyfni indicate how important Caernarfon Bay could be as a pre-breeding site for birds heading to the Arctic.
Back in Silverdale, dredging work is still going on to improve the reedbeds for bitterns at Leighton Moss, and there have been intriguing reports recently that the male golden oriole seen in November may still be wintering in the area's sheltered woodland.
A Firecrest and Golden Oriole were the other notable species on Bardsey, while Great Orme migration featured a showy male Dotterel and a Common Redpoll.