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Orioles at Zoo parking

Orioles at Zoo parking
By – 7:43 am
Monday morning, the female Baltimore Oriole continues in the blooming coral trees bordering the San Diego Zoo parking lot, as well as at least three Western tanagers and now the count of Bullock’s Orioles is up to three, with one adult male and two females traveling together. The Baltimore appeared for 5 or 10 minutes in the second to northernmost coral tree, which is the same tree it first appeared in last time but about 45 minutes earlier, but then it returned to inside the zoo property. The Bullock’s started out in the blooming coral tree behind the Warner Administration Building which you can see by looking over the roof of the building and is where I saw Baltimore last winter, and then the bullock’s all came out to the parking lot edge trees as well. I have not yet seen the female Hooded oriole.The early morning light and the blooming coral blossoms make for nice pictures. I’ll post a few photos in an eBird report later today.Paul Lehman, San DiegoSent from the all new AOL app for Android