Overwintering I

A female or immature male Baltimore Oriole has been hanging around Green-Wood. (Others are reporting two of them.)
An unexpected flash of warm color this time of year. Normally, these spend the non-breeding months in Florida or Central America, the Caribbean, down into the northern part of South America.
The bird has been eating this apple, resiliently still hanging.
And hitting the suet feeders.

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