A very rare visitor, this female Orchard Oriole was seen eating at the peanut butter cake. As they are lover of sweets, she assuredly enjoyed these maple syrup sweetened peanut butter cakes. They are also particularly fond of fruit-tree blossoms and flowers.
Orchard Orioles are known to spend as little time as possible in their breeding grounds. The leave in such a hurry that young birds arrive in Central America still in juvenile plumage.
Cornell has some very interesting information about Orchard Orioles. For example, most songbirds molt before leaving their breeding grounds, but the Orchard Orioles suppress their molt until they arrive at their tropical winter home.