Female Orchard Oriole
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This female Orchard Oriole came a few days later than her mate on May 20, 2011 ... We had never seen this species of wild bird before last year or since..They were migratory birds just passing through and needless to say it was thrilling to see them...I posted a cropped version of this picture last year...This is the untouched original from my camera without cropping or photo shop editing..
She was standing on an Olive tree branch by our window when I shot this image. There was an atmospheric haze in the air, which produced a soft yellowish hue to the background that especially shows up the way it looked on this unedited photo.
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Also by Andrea Petersen
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