If you think our Birdorable birds are cute as adults, what about when they are babies? Below are some baby photos (shared via Flickr) of the Baltimore Oriole. Baltimore Oriole females generally weave their gourd-shaped nests alone, without help from the male. About 4 to 5 eggs are laid, with incubation done solely by the female. The baby orioles hatch about 12 days later, helpless and naked. Both parents feed the nestlings, though the female does all of the brooding.
Oriole Chicks: FEED US!!!! by Northern Community Radio
Oriole Chick: FEED ME!!! by Northern Community Radio
Father feeding by MR Birds
Baltimore Oriole at the nest by Dave W.
Baltimore Oriole feeding time by ChipM2008
BALTIMORE ORIOLE FEEDING CHICK by jayhawk6
JUVENILE BALTIMORE ORIOLE by imeshome
Baby Baltimore Oriole by Hikerboy45
Pretty cute, right? Be sure to check out our Birdorable Baltimore Oriole t-shirts and gifts!