The Streak-backed Oriole, a brightly colored orange bird is a native bird to Mexico and Central America. It has been identified as a vagrant to the southwestern US states.
The Spot-breasted Oriole is a mid-sized songbird and generally a typical oriole that is a native to Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua.
Orioles Seen In North America
Attractive oriole species that are seen in North America.
The Scott’s Oriole, a medium-sized icterid is primarily found in the Southwestern United States and south to Baja California Sur and central Mexico.
The Orchard Oriole is the smallest species of icterid. They are slim songbirds, larger than warblers and vireos. They have medium-length tails, rounded heads, and a straight, sharply pointed bill.
The Hooded Oriole is a fairly large songbird with longer and more delicate body than other orioles. They also have long rounded tails and longish necks. They are found in the Rio Grande valley in Texas and south through Mexico to Oaxaca and Veracruz.
The Black-cowled Oriole is an attractive black-and-yellow oriole of humid tropical lowlands. It is found in the eastern half of mainland Central America.
The Bullock's Oriole is a medium-sized songbird with slim but sturdy bodies and medium-long tails. Orioles are related to blackbirds and share their long, thick-based, sharply pointed bills.
The Audubon’s Oriole is a yellow and black oriole, formerly known as the Black-headed Oriole is a shy species of woodlands and brush in Mexico and South Texas.