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What does BUOR stand for?

BUOR stands for Northern Oriole (bird species Icterus galbula)

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Of special note is the addition to this highly recommended picturebook for children a very special educational section, 'For Creative Minds', that provides children with fun facts about birds, 'bird math', bird injuries, and a 'Match the Nest' activity with nest information for Magpies, Killdeer, Robins, Screech-Owls, Starlings, Brewer's Blackbird; the Common Grackle, Meadowlarks, Whip-poor-wills, Mourning Doves, and the Northern Oriole.
This identification guide, one of a beautifully produced series from Helm - shows them as widely varied, from all-black like some of the grackles, to the vivid yellow and orange orioles (including the Baltimore or northern oriole which sometimes turns up in Britain).
A 23-acre man-made pond in the reservoir basin provides a winter refuge for the geese and other migratory waterfowl, as well as a nesting area for neotropical migrant birds such as the Northern oriole, Western kingbird and the silky flycatcher, said Arthur Langton of the Audubon Society.