National Geographic : 1945 Jun
Sights and Sounds of the Winged World Lord Baltimore Turns His Back on the Camera But this is fortunate, because the pose shows off his best colors. The Baltimore Oriole prefers open country east of the Rockies. The lady is dull of plumage. © National Geographic Society Kodachromes by Arthur A. Allen The Kingbird Sits on a Regal Throne-Crows and Hawks Take Notice! A larger member of the Flycatcher family, it derives its name from its habit of attacking big birds. Kingbirds are found in summer from British Columbia and Nova Scotia southward, and in winter south to Bolivia and Peru.