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Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) male perched in pear (Pyrus sp.) blossom, eastern redbud in background, New York, USA. May.
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90814313 Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) male perched in pear (Pyrus sp.) blossom, eastern redbud in background, New York, USA. May.© Marie Read
Orange-backed troupial (Icterus croconotus) perched, Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil  -  Luiz Claudio Marigo/ npl
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90674535 Orange-backed troupial (Icterus croconotus) perched, Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil© Luiz Claudio Marigo / NPL
Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) female perched on Berlandier's fiddlewood (Citharexylum berlandieri). South Padre Island, Texas, USA. April.
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90859062 Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) female perched on Berlandier's fiddlewood (Citharexylum berlandieri). South Padre Island, Texas, USA. April.©
Altamira oriole (Icterus gularis) outside hanging nest. Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, Texas, USA.
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90859060 Altamira oriole (Icterus gularis) outside hanging nest. Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, Texas, USA.©
Orchard oriole (Icterus spurius) male feeding on Lemon bottlebrush (Callistemon pallidus) flowers. South Padre Island, Texas, USA.
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90858987 Orchard oriole (Icterus spurius) male feeding on Lemon bottlebrush (Callistemon pallidus) flowers. South Padre Island, Texas, USA.©
Streak-backed oriole ( Icterus pustulatus graysonii ) subspecies that inhabits the Islas Maras, Marias Biosphere Reserve, Mexico
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90855398 Streak-backed oriole ( Icterus pustulatus graysonii ) subspecies that inhabits the Islas Maras, Marias Biosphere Reserve, Mexico©
Streak backed oriole ( Icterus pustulatus graysonii ) Islas Marias Archipelago, Marias Biosphere Reserve, Mexico.
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90855381 Streak backed oriole ( Icterus pustulatus graysonii ) Islas Marias Archipelago, Marias Biosphere Reserve, Mexico.©
Wildlife rescuer and carer feeding Australasian figbird (Sphecotheres vieilloti) chick using tweezers. Chick fell from nest and was taken to a vet by a member of the public. Woy Woy Bay, New South Wal...
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90839859 Wildlife rescuer and carer feeding Australasian figbird (Sphecotheres vieilloti) chick using tweezers. Chick fell from nest and was taken to a vet by a member of the public. Woy Woy Bay, New South Wal...© Doug Gimesy
Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula) male with spider prey, perched in crabapple blossom in spring, Ithaca, New York, USA
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90833746 Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula) male with spider prey, perched in crabapple blossom in spring, Ithaca, New York, USA© Marie Read
Hooded oriole (Icterus cucullatus) male in the hand, mist netted and banded by Texas Parks and Wildlife. Southmost Preserve, The Nature Conservancy reserve, Brownsville, Texas, USA. July 2019.
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90831244 Hooded oriole (Icterus cucullatus) male in the hand, mist netted and banded by Texas Parks and Wildlife. Southmost Preserve, The Nature Conservancy reserve, Brownsville, Texas, USA. July 2019.© Wendy Shattil
Altamira oriole (Icterus gularis) nectaring on Quickstick / Mother of cocoa tree (Gliricidia sepium) flower. Chiapas, Mexico.
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90817669 Altamira oriole (Icterus gularis) nectaring on Quickstick / Mother of cocoa tree (Gliricidia sepium) flower. Chiapas, Mexico.© Heather Angel
Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) first year female perched with newly-emerged leaves in spring, New York, USA, May.
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90814574 Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) first year female perched with newly-emerged leaves in spring, New York, USA, May.© Marie Read
Black-cowled oriole (Icterus prosthemelas) perched on branch. Costa Rica.
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90804365 Black-cowled oriole (Icterus prosthemelas) perched on branch. Costa Rica.© Paul Hobson
Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at dusk, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770685 Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at dusk, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Woman walking on the road below trees at Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia. October 2012. Model Released
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90770684 Woman walking on the road below trees at Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia. October 2012. Model Released© Oriol Alamany
Eroded rock  at  Lagoon beach, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
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90770683 Eroded rock at Lagoon beach, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.© Oriol Alamany
Coastal forest in the slopes of Malabar Hill, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
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90770682 Coastal forest in the slopes of Malabar Hill, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.© Oriol Alamany
House by the Lagoon with Mount Lidgbird in the background, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
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90770681 House by the Lagoon with Mount Lidgbird in the background, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.© Oriol Alamany
Mutton birds / Flesh-footed Shearwater (Puffinus carneipes) and Lord Howe Rail (Gallirallus sylvestris) warning sign on the road at Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Herita...
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90770680 Mutton birds / Flesh-footed Shearwater (Puffinus carneipes) and Lord Howe Rail (Gallirallus sylvestris) warning sign on the road at Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Herita...© Oriol Alamany
Mutton bird/r Flesh-footed Shearwater (Puffinus carneipes) warning sign on the road,  Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia. October.
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90770679 Mutton bird/r Flesh-footed Shearwater (Puffinus carneipes) warning sign on the road, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia. October.© Oriol Alamany
De Havilland Dhc-8 Dash plane, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site airport, New South Wales, Australia
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90770678 De Havilland Dhc-8 Dash plane, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site airport, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Oriol Alamany in the rainforest on the trail to Valley of the Shadows, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia. Model released
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90770677 Oriol Alamany in the rainforest on the trail to Valley of the Shadows, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia. Model released© Oriol Alamany
Lord Howe rail  (Gallirallus sylvestris) adult and young, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770676 Lord Howe rail (Gallirallus sylvestris) adult and young, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Lord Howe rail (Gallirallus sylvestris)  Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770675 Lord Howe rail (Gallirallus sylvestris) Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Lord Howe Rail (Gallirallus sylvestris)  Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770674 Lord Howe Rail (Gallirallus sylvestris) Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Lord Howe Rail or Woodhen (Gallirallus sylvestris)  Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770673 Lord Howe Rail or Woodhen (Gallirallus sylvestris) Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) along  the coast of Little Island, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770672 Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) along the coast of Little Island, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) along the coast of Little Island, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
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90770671 Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) along the coast of Little Island, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.© Oriol Alamany
White-faced Heron (Ardea novaehollandiae), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770670 White-faced Heron (Ardea novaehollandiae), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at dusk, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770669 Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at dusk, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at nest, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770668 Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at nest, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Wedge-tailed Shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at nest, n the breeding colony, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770667 Wedge-tailed Shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at nest, n the breeding colony, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at dusk, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770666 Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinis pacificus) at dusk, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Welcome swallows (Hirundo neoxena), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770665 Welcome swallows (Hirundo neoxena), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Banyan tree (Ficus macrophylla) on the trail to Valley of the Shadows, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770664 Banyan tree (Ficus macrophylla) on the trail to Valley of the Shadows, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Emerald dove (Chalcophaps indica) on grounf in coastal forest, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.
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90770663 Emerald dove (Chalcophaps indica) on grounf in coastal forest, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October.© Oriol Alamany
Boats upside down on the shore, Lagoon beach, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
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90770662 Boats upside down on the shore, Lagoon beach, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.© Oriol Alamany
Middle Beach, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770661 Middle Beach, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Mount Lidgbird (777 m), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
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90770660 Mount Lidgbird (777 m), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.© Oriol Alamany
Banyan tree (Ficus macrophylla) Valley of the Shadows, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
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90770659 Banyan tree (Ficus macrophylla) Valley of the Shadows, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.© Oriol Alamany
Choppy seas with Admiralty Islands seen from Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
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90770658 Choppy seas with Admiralty Islands seen from Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.© Oriol Alamany
Rainforest with Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) in the slopes of Mount Lidgbird (777 m), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, Octob...
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90770657 Rainforest with Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) in the slopes of Mount Lidgbird (777 m), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, Octob...© Oriol Alamany
Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) in rain forest, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770656 Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) in rain forest, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Mount Lidgbird (777 m) and Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) with two tall Curly palm trees (Howea belmoreana)  Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wa...
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90770655 Mount Lidgbird (777 m) and Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) with two tall Curly palm trees (Howea belmoreana) Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wa...© Oriol Alamany
Little island Beach, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770654 Little island Beach, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Sunset and clouds over The Lagoon, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012
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90770653 Sunset and clouds over The Lagoon, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012© Oriol Alamany
Purple swamphen (Porphyrio porphyrio), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770652 Purple swamphen (Porphyrio porphyrio), Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
Lord Howe Island Currawong (Strepera graculina crissalis), endemic subspecies of the Pied Currawong, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Austr...
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90770651 Lord Howe Island Currawong (Strepera graculina crissalis), endemic subspecies of the Pied Currawong, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Austr...© Oriol Alamany
Hiker Eullia Vicens disinfecting her boots before entering Little Island trail, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012....
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90770650 Hiker Eullia Vicens disinfecting her boots before entering Little Island trail, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012....© Oriol Alamany
Lord Howe Island Horned Turtle fossil (Meiolania platyceps)  Lord Howe Museum, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia
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90770649 Lord Howe Island Horned Turtle fossil (Meiolania platyceps) Lord Howe Museum, Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia© Oriol Alamany
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