Bullock’s Oriole Records

874a-01-2013 Bullock’s Oriole

Species: Bullock’s Oriole Icterus bullockii
Number of Individuals observed: 1
Date of Sighting: 2/20/2013
County : Montgomery
Location : Backyard Feeders at 108 Oberholtzer Road, Gilbertsville,PA , 19525
GPS Coordinates: 40.353279,-75.588794
Observer(s): Dr. Howard B. Eskin, Mary Ache
Date of Submission: 2-25-2013
Submitted by: Dr. Howard B. Eskin

Written Description: yes Photo: yes Specimen: no Recording: no

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Posted in first round, Pending Reports

874a-02-2012 Bullock’s Oriole

Secies: Bullock’s Oriole    Icterus bullockii
Date of Sighting: 20 February 2012 to 7 March 2012
County : HUNTINGDON    Location : BURNT CABINS
Observer(s): Jim Hamilton, multiple observers
Date of Submission: 2012
Submitted by: Drew Weber, Greg Grove, Alex Lamoreaux
Written Description: No    Photo: Yes    Specimen: No    Recording: No

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Posted in Accepted, Class I - Photograph, Completed

874a-01-2012 Bullock’s Oriole

Species: Bullock’s Oriole     Icterus bullockii
Date of Sighting:  29 January 2012 to 7 April 2012
County : MONTGOMERY    Location : GILBERTSVILLE
Observer(s): Mary Ache, multiple observers
Date of Submission: 2012
Submitted by: Mary Ache, Howard Eskin
Written Description:  No     Photo: Yes        Specimen: No         Recording: No

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Posted in Accepted, Class I - Photograph, Completed

Bullock’s Oriole Records

Note: All records listed here have been accepted by PORC and published in their Annual Report unless otherwise noted. All records are listed in reverse chronological order.

Near Barto, Montgomery County; January 2-3, 2011. Photos by Karah Davies, Tom Johnson, and Howard Eskin. (Under Review)

Near Oakland Mills, Juniata County; November 23-28, 2007. Photos by Chad Kauffman and Bob Moul.

Bethlehem, Northampton County; January 5, 2006. Photos by Steve Wolfe and Howard Eskin.

Mount Joy, Lancaster County; January 2000. Photo by Mike Gockley.


2011

Bullock’s Oriole — near Barto, Montgomery County; January 2-3, 2011. Photo by Karah Davies. This male was discovered at the Davies’ feeders. Note the dark crown and eye line on the head, the dark throat patch, and the large white wing patch. This bird represents the 1st record for Montgomery County and one of only a handful of records for Pennsylvania!

Bullock’s Oriole — near Barto, Montgomery County; January 2-3, 2011. Photo by Tom Johnson. Again, note the dark crown and eye line on the head, the dark throat patch, and the large white wing patch.

Bullock’s Oriole — near Barto, Montgomery County; January 2-3, 2011. Photo by Howard Eskin. Here’s yet another photo of this male.


2007

Bullock’s Oriole — near Oakland Mills, Juniata County; November 23, 2007. Photos by Chad Kauffman. This male was photographed at the feeders of David Troyer, Aden Troyer’s oldest son. It was discovered by 12-year old Stevie Troyer, David’s son and Aden’s grandson. Note the dark crown and eye line on the head, the dark throat patch, and the large white wing patches.

Again, note the dark crown and eye line on the head, the dark throat patch, and the large white wing patches.

Bullock’s Oriole — near Oakland Mills, Juniata County; November 28, 2007. Photos by Bob Moul. These photos were taken five days later. More photos of this bird can be found on Bob Moul’s website.


2006

Bullock’s Oriole — Bethlehem, Northampton County; January 5, 2006. Photo by Steve Wolfe. This photo was taken by Steve Wolfe, the property owner. Note the dark lores, yellow eyebrows, small black throat patch, yellow-orange breast, light belly, and the ‘notches’ in the wingbars. This bird represents the first record for Northampton County and only the 3rd documented record for Pennsylvania.

Bullock’s Oriole — Bethlehem, Northampton County; January 5, 2006. Photo by Howard Eskin. Again, note the dark lores, small black throat patch, yellow-orange breast, light belly, and the ‘notches’ in the wingbars.


2000

Bullock’s Oriole — Mount Joy, Lancaster County; January 2000. Photo by Mike Gockley.


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