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  • It's really hard to get a picture where you can see the oriole's black eye in his black feathered face.

    Oriole

  • It's really hard to get a picture where you can see the oriole's black eye in his black feathered face.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • It WOULD be helpful if I could take a picture at a different angle, perhaps with darker background behind, but I'm guessing the oriole's cooperation would be involved.

    Oriole

  • It WOULD be helpful if I could take a picture at a different angle, perhaps with darker background behind, but I'm guessing the oriole's cooperation would be involved.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • High hung, an oriole's nest, lonely and empty now.

    Graded Memory Selections

  • The oriole's nest may be attached to a limb by two or more cords; if it is, notice how it is prevented from swinging by side ropes.

    Bird Day; How to prepare for it

  • So it would seem that their home was a good sort for the needs of their early life, just as it was; and no doubt a heron's nest for a heron is as suitable a building as an oriole's is for an oriole.

    Bird Stories

  • In the fork of two high branches was a great round nest -- oh ever so much bigger than the thrush's and the oriole's.

    Seven O'Clock Stories

  • The music rolled along like a sparkling river in sweet accompaniment with the oriole's leading violin.

    Gov. Bob. Taylor's Tales

  • Dropped a handful of snowflakes into the oriole's empty nest.

    Graded Memory Selections

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