Audubon's Oriole - Icterus graduacauda
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Audubon's Oriole is a New World Oriole that if found in southeastern Texas and the Mexican Coast. The male and very are dimorphic. Both are yellow, but the male has a black head and the the dark part of the wings are black instead of the brownish color of the females. Diet includes insects, small vertebrates, seeds, fruits, and nectar.