The Baltimore Oriole Song consists of a loud relaxing flutey whistle, with a buzzy, prominent quality, a similar sound in most of the eastern United States. Normally, male bird typically sings from the top of the tree canopy, near homes, and park. Dazzling bird often giving away their location before being sighted.
The migratory breeding bird is a state bird of Maryland. Baltimore Oriole sound is pure, liquid, whistling tones are a herald of springtime in eastern North America. The B altimore Oriole call consists of a short series of paired notes, repeated two to seven times, lasting just 1–2 seconds. Baltimore sounds flutelike a full, rich tone.
It is also observed Baltimore Oriole call is extremely variable- each bird has its own slight variation of the basic song. Some times Baltimore Oriole song usually has around six syllables, and the pitch of each note normally is inflected rapidly downwards. The Baltimore Oriole vocals can also be as simple as one or many notes of the same pitch.
The Baltimore oriole bird is a rare vagrant to Western Europe. Baltimore Oriole brilliant orange plumage blazes from high branches like a torch. Nearby, you might spot the female weaving her remarkable hanging nest from slender fibers. Baltimore Oriole bird is fond of fruit and nectar as well as insects, and easily entice backyard feeders. Here you can listen to the Baltimore Oriole Song.