Today's bird breed of the day is the Audubon's oriole. (March 30, sorry this is so late to get put up) These birds inhabit the southern forests of North America. Their song is described as a skerries of slow, slurred whistling. It is not a migratory bird. They make bad shaped nests which are often built on the outer twigs of the tree. They usually have two clutches per year, having 3-5 eggs per clutch.
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