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Bahama Oriole

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Icterus northropi Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Icteridae Family
20-22 cm Length
Tropical dry forest, plantations & arable land. Below Between   Range:- Endemic to Bahamas, Habitat
Altitude
Range
 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Insects, larvae, spiders, seeds and berries. Food  
  Habits
 TSN: 729841 World Number
Critically Endangered Status

If you have sound recording of the Icteridae please send it to xeno-canto. 

AKA:- Danish: Bahamatrupial
German: Bahamatrupial
English: Bahama Oriole, Bahaman Oriole, Greater Antillean Oriole (Bahamas)
Spanish: Turpial de las Bahamas
French: Oriole des Bahamas
Latin: Icterus dominicensis northropi, Icterus northropi
Dutch: Bahamatroepiaal
Polish: kacyk bahamski
Slovak: trupiál bahamský

 

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