Is it a place with an address - like 2110 Eutaw Street? Or is it an idea, an expression used to tell people that this (wherever you are) is Oriole fan territory?
It’s both in a way. Oriole Park at Camden Yards is certainly “Birdland.” It’s the city center of all that is Oriole fandom, but Birdland is bigger than merely the Yard.
Birdland reaches to wherever you take your Oriole fan pride, and the “Where is Birdland?” photo galleries on Orioles.com encourage fans to share exactly where they’ve taken the Orioles name and logo with them around the globe.
Check out an Orioles fan in space. Oriole weddings. An Orioles fan at 12, 658 feet, in Venice, Italy, Greece, Germany, Israel, China, Ireland, Rhode Island, Texas, Seattle, Guam and everywhere in between.
You name it and you’re likely to find it in one of the galleries, and it’s fun to see so many O’s fans wearing their orange and black worldwide.
Have a photo of your own that marks another spot on the Birdland map? Submit it by clicking here, and your O’s photo could be featured on Orioles.com along with the others answering the question, “Where is Birdland?”