Baltimore oriole

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Baltimore oriole:

see orioleoriole,
common name applied to various perching birds of the Old (family Oriolidae) and New (family Icteridae) Worlds. The European orioles are allied to the crows, while the American orioles, of the hangnest group, belong to the blackbird and meadowlark family.
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A member of the blackbird family, the Baltimore oriole is usually found on the east coast of America.
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was scheduled to host the Baltimore Orioles in an exhibition contest on March 28, reports UPI (March 7, 1999).
Baltimore orioles are among the bird species that remove cowbird eggs from their nests--no mean feat in a swinging sac.
Whenever you expand [the league], you decrease the quality of pitching," says Elrod Hendricks, a Baltimore Orioles coach.

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