Hooded Oriole - RDR2 Animal

The Hooded Oriole is a Small-sized bird of the Oriole species, featured in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online.

This animal can be hunted, but cannot be skinned. Studying the Hooded Oriole is required for the "Zoologist" Achievement.

Hooded Oriole Details & Location:

The Hooded Oriole's main habitat is West Elizabeth. As an omnivore, their diet consists of leaf insects, fruit and nectar from flowers. A Bow with Small Game Arrows is considered to be the most effective way to kill or wound these small birds. Oriole carcasses can be sold to traders.

Hooded Oriole Hunting Tips:

The Hooded Oriole yields a carcass and gamey bird meat. Used in crafting and cooking or can be sold. Use a Bow with a Small Game Arrow for a clean kill.

Map Location - Hooded Oriole

Where to find the Hooded Oriole in Red Dead Redemption 2 - Map Location / Habitat:

The Hooded Oriole is Uncommonly found near water in West Elizabeth.

Hooded Oriole - Map Location in RDR2

Hooded Oriole Info

Animal Species Oriole
Animal Class Bird
Animal Family Icteridae
Size Small
Location Uncommonly found near water in West Elizabeth
Hunting Can be hunted
Required for Achievement "Zoologist" Achievement
Scientific Name Icterus cucullatus

Hooded Oriole Appearances

Game Edition Game Edition: Red Dead OnlineRed Dead OnlineGame Edition: RDR 2 Story ModeRDR 2 Story Mode



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