- Black head, back, wings and tail
- Orange underparts, shoulder, and rump
- Orange tips to outer tail feathers
- White wing bar and edges
- Immature male similar to female but brighter orange with variable amounts
of black on head
- Brownish-gray upperparts
- Dull yellowish-orange breast and undertail coverts
- Gray belly
- Two wing bars
Male Baltimore Oriole can be told from other black and orange orioles by
its completely black head. Female is similar to other female orioles but can
be told from Bullock's by its more orange breast and less gray upperparts.
Hooded and Orchard orioles have more extensively yellow underparts.