Can you name the Oriole that arrives on Seabrook Island every spring and spends the summer with us until it is time to migrate again in the fall? Here’s a hint so leave us a comment if you know the answer!
Watch for the full article about birds which migrate to Seabrook Island to live and breed here during the summer months in this Sunday’s blog.
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How about a Baltimore oriole or as us from there say
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Good guess, but no. The “Ballmore” Oriole only spends winters on Seabrook Island. Try again?
For the past two years there has been an Orchard Oriole nesting near the first lagoon (with all the egrets) on Jenkins Point.
I will definitely go and check it out when we return to Seabrook Island to look for them!