Oriole, Scott bird picturesSCOTT ORIOLE
504. Icterus parisorum. 8 inches
These beautiful birds are found in southwestern United States, from California to western Texas.
They are said to sing more freely than other members of the family, but the song, while loud and clear, is of short duration.
Their nests, which are semi-pensile, are often placed in giant yucca trees, or in vines that are suspended from cacti. The three or four eggs are pale blue, scrawled and spotted with black and lavender (.95 x .65).