Bahama Oriole Icterus northropi
Version: 2.0 — Published July 16, 2020
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Demography and Populations
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Measures of Breeding Activity
Life Span and Survivorship
Disease and Body Parasites
Causes of Mortality
No detailed information. See Behavior: Predation for a list of potential predators.
Population Spatial Metrics
The only extant population is on Andros, where a recent population estimate indicated fewer than 300 individuals in developed habitats (2, 3). However, documentation of Bahama Orioles in Caribbean pine (Pinus caribaea) forest and other habitats suggests the population is likely larger (4).
No detailed information, though the population certainly declined on Abaco, where the species became extirpated in the 1990s.