National Geographic : 1954 May
+ Winter-plumaged Goldfinch Defies a Much Bigger Cardinal Male Cardinals stay red, but cock Goldfinches change in the fall from golden yellow to brown. This "wild canary," ordinarily lighthearted, became irascible when the cardinal trespassed on his lunch of pecan bits. Spanish moss drapes this Georgia background. © Kodachromes by Arthur A. Allen 4 Fashion-plate Oriole Sports a Vest of Flaming Orange Baltimore Orioles wear the colors and take the name of Lord Baltimore, Maryland's founder. Their flutelike calls delight the ear. One says, "Oh, see here, see me up here!" These crybabies at their pendent nest near Ithaca complain "Tee-dee-dee" all day long.