With its black head, throat, and back, and chestnut underparts, the adult male is unmistakable. Adult females and first-winter birds are quite plain, however: olive-green above, lighter greenish-yellow below, with two white wingbars. The bill is thin, sharply pointed, and slightly downcurved, which helps distinguish this small oriole from warblers

 

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