|Range||Sub-Saharan Africa from South South Sudan and Ethiopia in the north to South Africa in the south.|
The Black-headed oriole (Oriolus larvatus), is a species of Old World oriole. It has a very striking appearance with a bright yellow body, contrasting black head and flesh-colored beak.
It inhabits dry tropical forests, especially acacia and broad-leaved woodlands, and dense shrubland areas, where it is more often heard than seen despite the brightness of its plumage.
The voice is a liquid-sounding warble, accompanied by imitations and whistles.