Lifer 666 – Orange Oriole – Reflections of the Pure World

Chronicles of a Birders Life Listing

Over the previous 40 years I’ve had the nice fortune to photographically doc 85% of the chook species added to my “Life Listing.” This weblog sequence showcases the pictures and anecdotal accounts that doc these “Lifer” sightings and a bit of concerning the atmosphere and tradition of the realm. This Lifer weblog sequence begins with the primary LIFER exterior of the US, Lifer #624 and proceeds chronologically ahead from there.

Reflections of the Pure World Weblog Put up Sequence by Jim Acquire

Lifer Picture @ Cobá Archeological Ruins, Quintana Roo, MX

Orange Oriole (Icterus auratus) > Icteridae > Passeriformes

IDENTIFICATION: Engaging orange-and-black oriole of the Yucatan Peninsula, present in brushy woodland, forest edge, and semi-open areas with hedges and scattered bushes. Relatively much like native inhabitants of Hooded Oriole, which frequently happens in the identical areas, even in the identical flocks at flowering bushes. Male Orange Oriole has an orange again, and each sexes have a straight invoice (not barely decurved, as on Hooded), and a much less intensive black face and throat masks than Hooded.

Birding with: My spouse Maria
Date: 06 Dec 2021 @ Cobá Archeological Ruins, Quintana Roo, MX
Zona Arqueológica Cobá | MX-ROO

Yellow Star signifies the placement of my Lifer sighting

DETAILS ABOUT SIGHTING: In Cobá, Maria and I had been strolling alongside the path to the Grupo Nohoch Mul ruins completely having fun with the shade and good street. My consideration was grabbed by a small flock of Yucatan Jays that gave the impression to be mobbing one thing. After which I observed at first one woodcreeper after which extra. All of a sudden we had been surrounded by a number of birds flying forwards and backwards to the bottom and again as much as the bushes. Then I observed the SWARM! An enormous swarm of Military Ants was making its was alongside the facet of the street. I found 5 LIFER chook species working round this ant swarm.

4th Cobá Ant Swarm Lifer
Lifer #666 Orange Oriole. Proper after recording the Lifer Northern Barred-Woodcreeper, a Ruddy Woodcreeper (non-lifer) got here in to the fray quickly adopted by two Tawny-winged Woodcreepers and a single Olivaceous Woodcreeper. Up greater within the bushes, a single orange Oriole flew in nearer.

PHOTOS TAKEN: Pictures under had been taken at Cobá.

@ Cobá Archeological Ruins, Quintana Roo, MX
@ Cobá Archeological Ruins, Quintana Roo, MX

Earlier 3 posts in my LIFER Weblog Sequence.

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