Tag: orchard oriole

Baltimore Orioles

The Orioles in the area are fully represented in selected areas. Both the Orchard Oriole and the Baltimore Orioles are special due to their brilliant color. The Baltimore Oriole numbers are on the decline, and finding one, let alone finding an area where they are nesting is challenging. […]

Orchard Orioles

“To Hear an Oriole Sing” by Emily Dickinson To hear an Oriole sing May be a common thing — Or only a divine. It is not of the Bird Who sings the same, unheard, As unto Crowd — The Fashion of the Ear Attireth that it hear In […]

Greens and Yellows

It’s prime migration time for the birds in the DELMARVA area. Within the Atlantic Flyway, this area is a magnet for little yellow birds flying from South and Central America to points further north. This week is a “birding blitz” week for me. Starting with two mornings locally […]

Project 365/187 – Green & Red

Rushes raising elegantly from the cool waters covered by water lilies. Reaching towards the sky in search of light. Water lilies wait for middle summer to show their hidden treasures below. With tiny tadpoles that grow into a brilliantly green Southern Leopard Frogs. Sitting on the muddy banks […]