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Orioles – zoo parking lot

7:20 am

This morning around 7 am the adult male Orchard Oriole and the female Baltimore Oriole first reported during the CBC by Trent Stanley were seen in the zoo parking lot. Seen in the blooming coral trees between two Row 1 signs – one sign has a meerkat on top, the other a hornbill. The most heavily blooming tree (which has2 trash cans below it) was used most often, but the two coral trees just north of it were also visited.

The flock of birds, which included at least 8 Western Tansgers, showed up as the sun was just touching the trees, so just before 7.

Lots of disturbance here/ street sweeper, sidewalk washer, workmen. Birds came anyway!

Nancy Christensen

A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song.
Chinese Proverb