Bullock's Oriole, Icterus bullockii
Oriole inhabits the
west coast from British Columbia down into Northern Mexico, in the
winter it flies south into Mexico. They show up here in April and hang
around until October. I'm not sure ours fly south, they may just fly a
little closer to the coast.
The song of bullock's Oriole is like a melodious Jack in the Box.
Happy, almost historically so.
They like to build their nest out of old Milkweed stems. (I think these
) It looks like
a fiberglass hand bag hanging high in a tree.