8 Different Types Of Orange Birds

Large American Robins, North America's largest thrush, with gray-brown plumage, dark heads, and warm orange underparts. Migrate south in winter.

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8. American Robin

Small, chunky birds with upright tails. Males and females similar, warm colors. Found in eastern U.S., northeast Mexico, and southern Canada.

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7. Carolina Wren

Small with striking orange coloring, migrate 4,000 miles from Canada to Mexico, found in the western US.

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6. Rufous  Hummingbird

The Baltimore Oriole, a medium-sized black and orange songbird, migrates from the eastern U.S. to Central and South America, favoring open woodlands.

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5. Baltimore Oriole

Male has reddish-chestnut, black, and head patch. Female with white bars. Found in open woodlands, winter in tropical areas. Long-distance migrants.

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4. Orchard Oriole

Plump shorebird with long bill, camouflaged in gray-brown tones. Resident in U.S. and Canada, migrates short distances.

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3. American Woodcock

Compact, blue-gray bird, smaller than White-breasted. Found in US/Canada, with some migrating north.

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2. Red-Breasted Nuthatch

Black with orange patches, white bellies. Females and immatures: yellow, gray, olive. Found in Americas. Long-distance migrants.

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1. American Redstart

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