Black-vented Oriole - Icterus wagleri
Black-vented Oriole (Icterus wagleri), in Bentsen State Park, Rio Grande Valley, near Mission Texas © Cody Conway, 2011 ABA Code 5 (Currently - should be promoted to 4 soon)
Bullock's Oriole (Icterus bullockii)
Bullock's Oriole (Icterus bullockii) - this is one is Baltimore Oriole (the other kinds are Bullock's and Scott's=black+yellow and rounder under chest; Hooded Oriole; orchard oriole; streak-backed)
I was on the Texas coast and noticed a coral bean plant for the first time with some of its flowers removed. Knowing that orioles sometimes do this when feeding on flowers, I sat and waited, hoping that one would come back. I was right!" (Photo by Birds & Blooms - Facebook- reader Dave Allen of Farmington, New Mexico.)
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Peacocks are found in different colors as there are blue peacocks, white peacocks and the other ones are half blue and half white.
Red Belly Woodpecker
Black-and-orange Flycatcher (25 pieces jigsaw puzzle)
(25 pieces jigsaw puzzle) The black-and-orange flycatcher (Ficedula nigrorufa) is a species of flycatcher endemic to the central and southern Western Ghats, the Nilgiris and Palni hill ranges in southern India. It is unique among the Ficedula flycatchers in having rufous coloration on its back and prior to molecular studies was suggested to be related to the chats and thrushes.