Orange Birds

Several avian species have orange plumage, including some warblers, orioles, and redstarts. Interestingly in most of these birds, only the male displays such colors. For instance, the male hooded oriole has a bright orange color, unlike the female, which has a more yellowish tinge.

Orange Birds

List of Birds That Appear Orange

  • Allen’s Hummingbird
  • Altamira Oriole
  • American Avocet
  • American Redstart
  • American Robin
  • American Woodcock
  • Baltimore Oriole 
  • Barn Swallow
  • Belted Kingfisher
  • Blackburnian Warbler 
  • Black-headed Grosbeak
  • Black-vented Oriole
  • Brambling
  • Bullock’s Oriole
  • Carolina Wren
  • Common Redstart
  • Common Stonechat
  • Eastern Bluebird
  • Eastern Towhee
  • Eurasian Hoopoe
  • European Robin
  • European Stonechat
  • Fieldfare
  • Flame-colored Tanager 
  • Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock
  • Hooded Oriole
  • Lazuli Bunting
  • Northern Cardinal
  • Northern Red Bishop
  • Olive Warbler
  • Orange Fruit Dove
  • Orchard Oriole 
  • Red-breasted Nuthatch
  • Red-flanked Bluetail
  • Redwing
  • Rufous Hummingbird
  • Say’s Phoebe
  • Scarlet Tanager
  • Spot-breasted Oriole
  • Spotted Towhee
  • Streak-backed Oriole
  • Tufted Flycatcher
  • Varied Thrush
  • Veery
  • Western Bluebird
  • Western Spindalis
  • Western Tanager

Birds with Orange Patterns and Different Color Combinations


1. What bird is orange and black?

The Western Tanager, the American Redstart, and the American Robin are birds with orange and black plumage.

2. What bird is black with orange on its wings?

The Red-winged Blackbird is mainly covered with black feathers, except for the top of their wings, which are reddish orange.

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