Indian golden oriole is found in Indian sub continent and in Central Asia. The Indian populations of this species are largely resident while other populations are migratory.
How does the bird appear…
Male is bright golden-yellow with black eye stripe which extends behind eye. The wings has large black patch with yellow tips.
Female is yellow-green above with streaked underside. Wings are brownish-green.
Habitat: Where to find this bird?
It is found in open deciduous forests, semi-evergreen forests, woodland, forest edge, mangroves, parks, gardens and plantations.
It feeds on fruits, nectar and insects.
Breeding & Nesting:
The breeding season is from April to August. A small cup shaped nest is built by both the parents. Both the parent are involved in care of young ones