|White-edged Oriole Icterus graceannae|
|Chaparri, Lambayeque, Peru
The White-edged Oriole is distributed on the Pacific coast of Ecuador and northern Peru. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found in dry forest and desert scrub up to 1,800 metres.
|It is distinguished from the Yellow-tailed Oriole I. mesomelas by the black and white undertail and the
separation of the white on the wing from the yellow wedge on the wing-coverts.
The specific name refers to Grace Anna Lewis a botanist from Pennsylvania who was a friend of John Cassin who described the species in 1867.
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