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Oriole warbler


These birds are named after their resemblance to orioles, which are also black and yellow in color. The two birds are not related. Non-migratory, when mating season arrives, oriole warblers build large untidy nests hanging from palm leaves.

  • Conservation StatusLeast Concern
  • Body size7.8 in. long
  • Native habitat Forests, shrublands, and wetlands of the Sahel of Africa
  • DietInsects, small animals, seeds, and fruit
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