Bird #259 — Scott’s Oriole

icterus (jaundice) parisorum (given in 1838 by Charles Lucien Bonaparte, French ornithologist, for the Paris brothers, who did considerable pioneer collecting of birds in Mexico)

Saturday, March 31, 1984 — 10:25 am

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Arizona

This beautiful Scott’s Oriole was flying bush to bush in the saguaro forest near a feeder.  It flew to an ocotillo, then off out of sight.

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