The oriole warbler is a passerine bird of Western and Central Africa.
Oriole warbler behavior and facts
- This species, also known as the moho, is an old-world warbler. Its name reflects its resemblance in coloration and form to the unrelated orioles.
- The oriole warbler inhabits forests and the forest edge.
- It is insectivorous, preying primarily on grasshoppers and ants.
- Males and females sing in association with one another.
From birth to death
- Adults build a large nest suspended from palm leaves.
- Clutch: 2 eggs
IUCN least concern
Oriole warblers, the Oregon Zoo and you
The zoo's oriole warblers live in the Howard Vollum Aviary exhibit.