The male Baltimore Orioles were photographed at the Wehr Nature Center in Franklin, Wisconsin or in Muskego, Wisconsin.

The female Baltimore Oriole. It looks considerably different from the male.

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The male Baltimore Oriole is flame-orange and black with a solid black head. The female and immature are olive-brown above and burnt orange-yellow below. They range from southern Canada to most of the United States. The habitat is open woods, riverside groves, and shade trees. The diet is mostly insects, berries, and nectar. They are commonly seen shooting through trees during their migration and nesting periods.