The Orange Bishop is an exotic species, native to Africa. A breeding population has been established in the vicinity of Arthur Storey Park where they may be viewed regularly. The male in breeding plumage is a striking orange-red with black cap. The plumage of females, immatures, and non-breeding males resembles that of the Grasshopper Sparrow. However the larger size and heavier bill separate them from our native sparrows. Fred Collins, Chair of the Citizen Science Committee, would appreciate receiving reports of sightings of this species if found in a different area. Please give as exact a location as is possible as well as the number of individuals and the date observed.